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    adobe photo hsop cutting slices

    how do i cut slices in adobe photo shop
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    There is a slice tool in the shape of a knife i think, if you have photoshop 6 or 5.5 installed, using ImageReady that comes with it will be much easier.

    Hope this helps.
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    What I normally do in PhotoShop:

    Make sure anti-aliasing is not checked.

    Draw guidelines around the image instead of slicing it.

    Make sure 'snap to guides' is on.

    Select a slice and copy it with Shift+Copy+C. That allows you to copy all the layers into one new merged image.

    Control + N to copy into a new image.

    There you have your slice.
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    Adobe Image Ready

    PhotoShop 5.5 and 6.0 both have the application of Image Ready already packaged with it. It is separate from Photoshop, but can be use together. There is a button below your tools palette that has an arrow pointing to a A in a box. When you click this it open the Adobe image ready.

    What is nice about Image Ready is when you slice a picture it creates a folder with all of the individual pics and also gives you an HTML in notepad of where all the pics should be placed. All you have to do is copy and paste the HTML and walah, its done. No hassle. I use Dreamweaver 3.0 with my Photoshop and it works great. No problem yet.

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