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AngelaUK
Toucan Scraps

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DSA Compact
26/11/2009 at 9:22am
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I have a friend struggling to scrap with an old version of MS Word. She's on the breadline so isn't buying any software at the moment. I was wondering what the differences are between DSA compact and the full version
harleygirl
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26/11/2009 at 9:43am
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Im not sure what the differences are, but as a stop gap I would strongly recommend that your friend downloads the compact version, got to be better than word and at no cost
jogaskin
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26/11/2009 at 9:51am
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Hi Angela,

Digital Scrapbook Artist Compact is a fully functional version of the software, and will work forever (she will never have to buy the full version if she doesn't want to).

There are a few features missing from it that you'll find in the standard version:

- the craft toolkit, including scissor and punch tools
- the image cutout studio
- photo adjustments
- filter effects
- extra brushes & edges
- ability to create and save your own digikits

I hope this helps!

Thanks,
Jo
AngelaUK
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26/11/2009 at 10:22am
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thank you
chicojimj
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Converting PSP to PNG Files
26/11/2009 at 6:41pm
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Does anyone know how to convert PSP to PNG Files to use in the DSA software? Greatly Appreciated!
corniest


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26/11/2009 at 8:31pm
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Hi chicojimj,

In the full version of DSA you can insert a PSP file on the page and then export it via the 'Export as Image...' option (on the 'File > Export' submenu). I'm not sure about files with a "PSPimage" file extension.

Alfred
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27/11/2009 at 4:39am
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There is a pogram on the web called a tube extractor by Mediachance http://www.mediachance.com/pbrush/tips/tip2.html
I also only have the compact version and I am managing fine so far,I would like the full version though
corniest


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27/11/2009 at 12:44pm
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I like and use the De-Tube tube extractor — I got my copy from the PhotoImpact Resource Center Downloads page which has lots of other goodies too — but as far as I know it only converts TUB files, not files with a "PSP" or "PSPimage" file extension.

Alfred

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