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[Sticky] -- Please Read This Before Posting

Posted: Sun Sep 01, 2019 1:51 pm
by Kathy_9
Please read this first before posting………..

Welcome to the PaintShop Pro Forums.
Please feel free to post your questions to the forum.
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A little patience is required but we do try to activate the posts as soon as we can.

The Subject of your post should be explicit and relevant to your problem.
Within the body of your post, please provide details of the program you are using, then expand on the Subject to explain your problem fully, Help us to help you.
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Help Files
Corel do provide User Guides and Tutorials, I am sure you will find useful.
From the PSP program selecting the Home icon (looks like a house) takes you to the Welcome screen a good starting place with links to the Corel’s Discovery Center where you may find free Stuff, Contests, Support etc.
Spend some time viewing the Learn and Get More the latter usually has some free packs, brushes etc.
From the programs Help menu there is an option for the User Guide in PDF format
Pressing F1 always accesses the program help files both containing a wealth of information.

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