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    HI.. I Have a black on white picture that I want to use for a logo. But the Black picture (which was a cutout of black paper if you're familiar with that kind of scissors art.) had some white marks from bad scanning or copying or something. So I opened it in Adobe Illustrator and dabbed some black that I got with the eyedropper. Perfect!!! Then something happened and I had to resize or move the picture and the black dabs didn't go with the picture. How do I make the touchups part of the picture so I can move it and resize it and they stay fixed in?
    the pic is here on my logo... but I didn't upload the fixed version yet. You can see the Mozart guy standing behind the piano girl pointing at the lesson. This was a picture on my piano teacher's wall and I shrunk it down and duped it a lot of times.

    Thanks a lot for any help.

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    Sounds like you need to merge the layers.
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    yea wired right. Select all the layers then right click and choose group.
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    Could have even done this in paint Would have been less complicated too lol
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    thanks for the replies you guys. Yeah this stuff isn't too complicated when you have it down, but it can be a while doing trial and error and tutorials can lead you off on an indirect route. I have the CS4 , so I have paint too. I was ok with Corel PhotoPaint, but I know there are lots of fine points I never mastered their either. I mean masks and layers and transparencies, there are lots of terms that you can only imagine what they really define. I'll get it though. I have a lot of rough draft items that I want to produce.

    ok thanks again.,
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    I feel ya man. I spent so much time on a graphics program today, I'm throwing up pixels.
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    Could have been done in PAINT??? I looked all through CS4 for paint and I coulnd't find it. So I gave up. Now a few days later... OOOHHHH!!!! Windows Paint!!!! Yeah its really simple. And I see all the pixels now too. paint job so simple. thanks. I'll still be back about the CS4. Pretty cool but it takes a while. I can't even figure out why this message is going in a 2 inch wide column on the left. of my screen. I'm lucky they color one side of software installation CDs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Dolidze, post: 216036
    I feel ya man. I spent so much time on a graphics program today, I'm throwing up pixels.
    You should have contacted me. I eat pixels for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BallardStudio, post: 216622
    You should have contacted me. I eat pixels for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
    Do you poop graphics?
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Dolidze, post: 216623
    Do you poop graphics?
    If you eat pixels, you can't poop graphics. You know why? You can't polish a turd! Instead, you eat the pixels and use them as energy for other design projects. Kinda like vitamins.
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