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PAGE 1 of  8 HOW TO USE PHOTOSHOP TO COMPOSE YOUR PICTURE PART 3: DRAG YOUR IMAGE DIGITAL FILE THAT HAS BEEN RE-SIZED FROM PART 1 INTO YOUR NEW BLANK DOCUMENT THAT REPRESENTS YOUR PIECE OF PAPER, 100 dpi at 8.5” x 11” FROM PART 2 1. After finishing parts 1 and 2, now you have two saved documents  and you are going to set up your desktop so that you can drag your  picture (from Part 1) into the blank white document that represents  your piece of paper 8.5” x 11” (from Part 2.) 2. The titles of the two digital files are: Number and title_print.jpg Number and title_paper.jpg 3. CHANGE PHOTOSHOP PREFERENCES!  FIRST, before proceeding in Photoshop, do this: a. Go up under Photoshop to Preferences and go to  Interface and click off the box next to  OPEN DOCUMENTS IN TABS.  b. After that, you will have to close down Photoshop. c. You have reset one of the preferences for Photoshop. d. Now re-open Photoshop. e. When you open your files by clicking on the icons, they  will open as separate documents on your desktop and  they will be easier to organize this way. DO NOT LEAVE  YOUR PHOTOSHOP program in the default position of  “opening documents in tabs”. 
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PAGE 2 of  8 HOW TO USE PHOTOSHOP TO COMPOSE YOUR PICTURE PART 3: DRAG YOUR IMAGE DIGITAL FILE THAT HAS BEEN RE-SIZED FROM PART 1 INTO YOUR NEW BLANK DOCUMENT THAT REPRESENTS YOUR PIECE OF PAPER, 100 dpi at 8.5” x 11” FROM PART 2 4. Now arrange your desktop so that you have two windows next  to  each other.  Number and title_print.jpg Number and title_paper.jpg 5. It is ok if the two windows overlap a little.   6. LEARN TO NAVIGATE: You move the windows around by grabbing  hold of the bar at the top of the window with your mouse. As you do  this, do not  press any of the three colored buttons. Be careful to put  your cursor only on the top bar of a picture to move it around.  7. HOW TO MAKE THE PICTURE BIGGER AND SMALLER ON  YOUR DESKTOP: As you move the two images around on your  desktop, you may want to make the image bigger or smaller to fit it  onto the desktop. You make the image  SMALLER  by pressing the  apple (command) button that is immediately to the left of the big space  bar on your keyboard and  at the same time  you press the MINUS key 
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which is in the upper right hand corner of your keyboard next to the  plus sign. To make the image  BIGGER , press the same apple  (command) button and at the same time press the PLUS key. Do this 
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