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Old Nov 29, 2018, 2:33 PM   #1
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Hi Guys and Gals. Been a while since I' ve been on the forum. I have a new Canon DSLR and I loaded the Digital Professional program on my PC. I'm having a heck of time trying to find out where you go to crop a photo. With the old version is was pretty easy. I'm sure you don't have to shoot in RAW to crop. Thanks for any help.
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G'day James

Beaut to see you back here again - but I don't know of this software so can't help

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Old Nov 29, 2018, 3:53 PM   #3
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Thanks Ozzie. Yes, I went back to the Canon DSLR. The olympus EM5 did take some great shots but just a little too small in my hand. I got a great deal on a T7i so I sold all my Olympus stuff got the Canon. Since I had the 40 I'm pretty familiar with their software so not a big learning curve. Had the camera least a month and hadn't had time to really play with it.
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Not sure if you have an answer yet. I don't use this sw much but if you open a picture then go to view and open the tool palette it there
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Old Dec 19, 2018, 11:17 AM   #5
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Thanks Wave. That allowed me to crop but I couldn't find out how to save it. I'm going to have to download the manual for this software and find out. I used their old version and had it down pat and now they have changed quite a bit on it making it virtually new. sort of a takeoff on PS.
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