As you are working on your greeting card, remember that you can always undo your changes one step at a time by pressing Ctrl+Z on a PC or Command+Z on the Mac.
Now that we’ve looked at some of the tools available for customizing a greeting card, let’s get to work on our sample card.
Here’s how the front and center page look before any changes:
The first thing I’m going to do with my card is change the photos around. I want to use the portrait-oriented photo on the front page (it’s currently placed in a frame on the inside of the card) and move the landscape photo that’s currently on the front to the inside.
Let’s do this one step at a time.
- First, open the photo bin at the bottom of the workspace by clicking on the Photo Bin button at the bottom left of the workspace.
Then, to show the individual images that I’d selected in the Organizer, make sure that the drop down box at the top of the Photo Bin is set to Show Files selected in Organizer.
- Using the Move tool, I’ll select the image that I want to replace by clicking on it. A dotted selection outline will appear around the image.
To replace the image, I’ll find the one that I want to use in the photo bin and then just drag in onto the one that I am replacing. I’ll see my cursor turn into a plus sign when the photo that I’m dragging is in the right spot.
Now I’ll just release the mouse button to drop the photo and it will replace the image that was previously there.