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    Help needed with cs3

    Hi all. I hope im asking this in the right forum, but here goes.
    As I am not an expert with photoshop cs3,and I have found a interesting tutorial I was wondering if someone could help me.
    If you have a look here Photoshop Tutorials: Wedding Couple in Wine Glass I am able to do everything correctly up until I move the picture into the wine glass, but I need to be able to resize it so that it fits correctly.
    How do I resize it ?
    Thanks guys.
    Cheers Peter
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    Select the layer and click the "MOVE" tool which will outline the layer, grab a corner and hold down the SHIFT button, that will keep the image in the same proportions. Reduce size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harves View Post
    Select the layer and click the "MOVE" tool which will outline the layer, grab a corner and hold down the SHIFT button, that will keep the image in the same proportions. Reduce size.
    Yep, what he said!
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    Thanks Rick, thx Harves.
    Job done.

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