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Editing Photographs in Adobe PhotoShop:

If you use photographs on your Web pages, and most people do, an image editor like Adobe PhotoShop can be invaluable for several reasons.  One of the simplest things [and possibly the most useful] is editing and resizing photographs for use on your Web pages.  Here's how.
Creating Your Own Images:

On Monday we looked at a few ways to obtain images for webpages, finding them on the Web and saving them to your computer, and scanning photographs or using digital photographs.  There are software packages which contain web-ready art, if you wish use images prepared by professionals, but those aren't the only ways to get graphics.  One other way is to create your own.  We're going to take a look at a way to make buttons using PhotoShop.

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