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Help with psp 9.0-I ran a script I can't get rid of

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Old 09-01-2007, 11:30 PM
maryle maryle is offline
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Help with psp 9.0-I ran a script I can't get rid of

I'm sure this is a great forum!

I'm a psp addict, can't say I'm the best but I'm far from being a beginner, but anyway, I have found the default scripts that are automatically on the toolbar and I've been having a little bit too much fun with them. I ran the script that puts the grids on the pictures. For some reason, when I tried to run undo on this script the grids will not go away. I went to the help files to find out how to remove them and all I could find that it said was to erase them. This will not be easy to do because it is a grid of 50. It is coming up on all of my pictures! Can you help me? Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!
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Old 09-02-2007, 01:14 AM
Charlene5 Charlene5 is offline
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Re: Help with psp 9.0-I ran a script I can't get rid of

Ctrl+Alt+G? Or:

Right click the image's title bar and from the context menu choose Change, Guide and Snap Properties or Choose View>Change Grid Guide and Snap Properties. Click Grid tab and check the default settings.

For some reason I still have a PSP 9 user's guide but not the program. I'm transcribing what it says in the book

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