30 Click on the Green Background layer again to make sure it is selected 31

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30. Click on the Green Background layer again to make sure it is selected. 31. Select the Artistic Text Tool and then change the Fill colour to red in the Colors panel. Create a textbox near the white rectangle and write "18 holes!" 32. Move the new text over the white box. You will need to move the 18 holes text layer above the White Box layer. You may need to reduce the font size to about 36 or 48 point so that the text fits within the rectangle. Drag the text box to make it roughly centered in the shape. It should look similar to this: 33. Save your file (File > Save) 34. Click File > Open and make sure the browse window is pointing to your lab02/images folder on your memory stick. Select golf.png and click Open. This opens the golf image in a new tab, not in the document you have been working in. 35. In the golf.png tab, hit Ctrl+A to select the entire image. Then hit Ctrl+C to copy the image. Click on the act_3 tab with your work on the Green Background. Hit Ctrl+V to paste the golf image on your image as a new layer
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16 36. Click on the Move Tool (looks like an arrow) in the Tools Palette so that you can move the new layer. 37. Drag the image over to the right side of the canvas and around the middle vertically. Hover your cursor on one of the corners of the image's bounding box so that you see a diagonal two-sided arrow icon. Click down the mouse and drag inwards to make the image smaller until it's roughly the same height as the white box you made previously. 38. Name this layer "Golf Ball Image".
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17 39. Look at the Rectangle Tool icon in the Tools Palette that you used earlier. There's a little white triangle in the lower right corner of the button. This is because there are several similar tools contained within that tool group. Click and hold for a second on the Rectangle Tool icon or on the white triangle to see the menu of other shape tools (if it doesn't come up right away, try holding the click for a full second). Several other buttons in the Tools Palette are also set up in this way. If you ever see a white triangle in the right corner of a tool in the Tools Palette, then that tool will have sub tools to pick from. 40. Click to expand the the Rectangle Tool and then select the Star Tool. 41. Click around the middle of the canvas and drag the mouse over to draw a star. Make it very tall and skinny. Notice that it may look stretched out from some of the mouse positions. To keep it proportional and un-stretched, hold the Shift key while dragging the mouse. Without holding Shift Holding Shift
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18 42. Hit Ctrl + Z to get rid of your first star, click on the Star Tool again and draw another one holding the shift key down so that the star is proportional. 43. Let go of the cursor to add the star to the canvas. 44. Move the star between the white box and the picture of the golf ball 45. Rename the star layer to be Yellow Star Shape 46. When you created the rectangle earlier, you set the colours prior to drawing it.
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