Working with Project Templates

Working with Project Templates

By Discovery Center Team

Build something great, faster than ever with new project templates. With New from Template, you don’t need to be an expert to create professional-looking projects that impress. Quickly make personalized greetings, brochures, collages and more. Save your own layouts as templates to speed up future design and photo projects.

Watch our tutorial to learn where to find amazing FREE project templates right in PaintShop Pro X9.

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Comments (2)

  • David Roddis Reply

    Jean – I’m understanding your question as indicating that you’re not familiar with layers or that you haven’t worked with them a lot.

    Layers are a powerful and flexible way of building your design. By keeping each design element on its own layer, you can edit, reposition, re-order the layers, transform the element and create many different effects depending how the layers are working with each other. This means you have the freedom to experiment and try different effects non-destructively – changes you make to one element are completely independent from all the others. You can easily duplicate layers to try things out, or group layers to create different versions.

    I think once you have used layers a bit you will really appreciate this way of working.

    December 13, 2016 at 9:10 am
  • Jean Harrison Reply

    Why not have place holders instead? Why go to the trouble of layers? It would be so much easier to just drag a photo onto a place holder and then size accordingly. It would also be nice to have several place holders (frames) to choose from.

    September 11, 2016 at 12:02 pm

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