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Old 01-13-2004
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Default Need help on PSP7....

How do you use the paintbrushes you download of tha net??? Anyone cane explain to me in spanglish instead of computer language? Im kinda slow haha...Gigglez
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u got photoshop and u download brushes and dont know how to put them on photoshop right???

if thats the case u copy the brushes go into the C:/ProgramFiles/Adobe/Photoshop/

after that i cant remember if its support or somthing else i havnt done that in a while but u go in there should be all the files for shapes gradients patterns all that stuff then u find brushes and paste them into that file
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poeticpapi She is using PSP not Photoshop. PSP7 = Paint Shop Pro7
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i thought maybe they have the same typre of program files thats all
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Hey Miss Gigglez I gotchu on this

Okay, click on the download link and it will have 2 options
-Save to a compressed folder for later use
-Extract to a regular folder -SELECT THIS ONE

Then click OK

Then it will say "Select a folder to extract files to"
Click on Browse, go to Local Disk (C), then go to Program Files, then go to Jasc Software, then Paint Shop Pro, then Brushes!

After you get that far, tell me if it worked y si sabes como hacerlo from there, go head ey! If not, feel free to ask me what to do next!
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Hey thanx 4 tryin 2 help guyz but nothing ne1 said wuz of much use. I guess u guyz have different computers or sumfin cuz I didnt have any of the options listed when I clicked on the pbs 2 download. Ima juss give up cuz it ticks me off when I kant do sumfin....... ryte oh well alratoz.
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Don't give up just yet.Ay te va mas facil.

If you downloaded the brushes already, unzip them.

Now go to my computer icon, click it open.
Luego go to drive C: icon and click it open.
Then go to Program Files folder click it open.
You will be looking for a Jasc Software Inc. folder or just a jasc folder click it open.
Luego veras a PSP7 folder click that open.
Now look for Brushes folder click it open and dump all the unziped files in there. Ya estuvo.

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