Is there a way to enlarge your photo when using the Eraser? Trying to outline and get close without leaving residue is tricky. I always seem to erase part of the image I want to keep. It would be very helpful if you could zoom in and enlarge the photo so you could get closer to the image.
To enlarge your photo right click in the eraser window and use the mouse scroll. you can move around by using the arrow keys.
Hope this helps.
Thanks so much Val. This helps so much. I'm learning with everyone's help.
You're the best for helping me.
All the best,
Also if by accident you erase to much, it can be recovered again by pressing the 'ctrl key' on the computer and move the mouse to unerase.
Have a try !! Its so easy !!
Thank you omajo, I appreciate the hints.
Wow I didn't know how to enlarge it either! Thanks so much! Another thing I would LOVE to have is the ability to see the actual object on the page, so I could see exactly what I am erasing over the top of. (Does that make sense?) Like PrintShop, you can see exactly the parts to erase of the object you are erasing. This program is so wonderful, I guess I just want it ALLL!
Is this only in ScrapbookMax 2?
Is there a upgrade fee to this ?
In addition to using the mouse wheel, you can also zoom in and out by holding Ctrl and pressing the + and - keys.
Originally Posted by lindaathome
When you're zoomed in you can scroll around by clicking and dragging with the right mouse button.
Yes, the eraser is a new feature in Scrapbook MAX! 2.0.
Originally Posted by JANVARELA
That'd be greatly appreciated if we could have a complete list of the available shortcuts.
Thank you very much!
The hotkeys are listed in the help file. Go to the Eraser window, click the Help button, and scroll down.