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  • ghoffman
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    An excellent tip!

    Now I won't even have to try to guess (and usually be wrong).

    Gene

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  • BigAl
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    GREAT tip. Like Jeanie I've been eyeballing quite successfully, but often I turn the wrong way.

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  • jeaniesa
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    AH!! I've gotten to have a pretty good eye for how much .5 degrees is vs. 1 degree (vs. 1.5 degrees) - but I much prefer using more precise methods.

    THANKS!
    Jeanie

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  • Jakaleena
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    I just tried that and it is VERY cool!

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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    I use that one religeously. Love it.
    DJ

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  • Doug Nelson
    started a topic Cropping crooked images

    Cropping crooked images

    Use the 'measure' tool to draw a line on any edge that should be horizontal or vertical. Then go to Image>Canvas>Rotate Arbitrary and the necessary setting will already be entered to straighten the image. Then you can crop as you wish.
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