Coming Soon

By Brenda Essig aka Zanymuse (Zanymuse) on October 8, 2010

I will soon be adding some instructional articles. I will also be hosting helpful articles from other members. If you would like to offer an article for publication here please contact me.

 

 

The first 2 new articles are coming soon and I am very excited about them. The writer is a very special lady. She (Karen Burch) started a forum to help people with banners. When she decided to close her cubit she generously gave it to me and I reopened it here as the Playpen of Graphics.


Unfortunately much of her work was lost in the move because I was still struggling to learn the system. But her generosity continues. She has agreed to redo her tutorials and having taken a sneak preview look at them, I can tell you that they are terrific and very helpful.

 

Anyone else who has knowledge they would like to share with us here? Anything to do with graphics as the subject is welcome. Just c-mail me and I'll add your name to the guest writers list.

Related articles:
banners, How to make a banner, Karen Burch, Picassa, tutorial, tutorials

About Brenda Essig aka Zanymuse
Interests: Love, Life, Laughter These are the important things in the human experience.

I love learning and sharing. I enjoy life and laughter makes life enjoyable.

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Set up a page with any graphics and typeface you want LarryR Oct 12, 2010 10:15 PM 5
O.K. Zaney Ridesredmule Oct 11, 2010 12:34 PM 9

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