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April 26, 2005, 05:55:44 AM
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Hi,

I am brand new to working with PSD files.  Could someone tell me what in Photoshop I need to change to make a higher resolution page?

In addition, I am using the free business template "modern"

When I try to add text to the main table I can only add one paragraph of text because if I add more I start to get white spaces between the images in the banner header.  I "fixed" this by hitting a number of carriage returns in the lower left table until the white spaces went away.  I am sure there must be a proper way to do this...


April 26, 2005, 08:49:28 AM
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Hi ebjco,

I just send you an email with the high resolution version of the template, so you don't need to worry about it.

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Actually to change the resolution of the template:

1. Choose Image > Image Size.
2. Change the template resolution.
 - To change the resolution and adjust the total number of pixels in the template proportionately, make sure that Resample Image is selected. Then choose an interpolation* method.
3.To maintain the current proportions of template width to template  height, select Constrain Proportions. This option automatically updates the width as you change the height.
4. For Resolution, enter a new value. If desired, choose a new unit of measurement.

*Bicubic (Smooth) for the slow but more precise method, resulting in the smoothest tonal gradations.

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I re-post here brief information to prevent layout rip when you add more text:
"...When you need to place more text in the template it is very important to add vertical alignment "top" for all tables’ cells that contain pictures (slices). This will keep all the pieces (slices) of pictures together.
Example:
<td valign="top"> <img src="images/top1.jpg" width="770" height="99" alt="" /></td>

- valign specifies the vertical alignment of the contents of a cell, row, or column. You have to align the contents (images) to the top to prevent layout rip."

Good luck  8)



ognen


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