Nope - plain and simple Windows XP 2003, Paint is what I have to play with. I also have an Art Weaver programme, but I cannot find out how to do some of the simple copy, paste & rotate as well as simple resizing with it
so I head on back to paint regularly. Wish I had the Windows 7 version of Paint, because there you could zoom in & out on the picture without resizing it
What I did was right click on the picture & saved it to my 'patchwork & quilting' folder (so I could find it again). Then troll through My Documents to the right folder, double click on the picture, then from the list of icons along the bottom, choose the one on the right hand end that 'Closes programme & open for editing', this opens the picture up in Paint, where you can play to your heart's content. Just remember to 'Save As' and re-name it if you want to save the original as well as the played with versions!
Rita, you could also try making some that spin the other away around as well if you like - again taking a cue from the RaNae Merrill show, time to get the mirrors out, or do the above and try flipping the squares in the picture.
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