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PSD problem

I am using photoshop 5.5 and want to import psd file in PageMaker 6.5 it's possible but I don't know how to do it. Please help me.

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weedCommented:
Its usually pretty straight forward with adobe stuff. Save the PSD file, open PageMaker, go to File or Edit and find the Place, Insert, or Import menu. Im guessing here because its been a long time since ive used PageMaker but its definitely one of the 3. You may have to create a placement box and have it selected before itll let you place.
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polinomaAuthor Commented:
The problem is that the pagamaker didn't support PSD files. It's say that "Do not know how to place file: test.psd" .
How can I place this file?
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weedCommented:
Again, its been a while since ive used PageMaker but as i recall you have to flatten your photoshop file for it to be usable in anything under pagemaker 7.
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polinomaAuthor Commented:
That's good :)
When I flatten the image I can save it with tff extension. That's help me ;)
I will wait for other answers and if there is no other good I will give you the points.
Thanks for your great help :)

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weedCommented:
You shouldnt have to save as TIFF if its flat but if that works for ya, go ahead and use it.
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Snazzy_GraphicsCommented:
Yep, you want tiff. Pagemaker 7 is the first that allows psd import (although I think you can copy and paste from photoshop, but that's a bad habit--no link).

--Snazzy
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polinomaAuthor Commented:
The best Answer :).
Thanks for your help.
I know that pagemaker 6.5 can put psd files but this answer solve my problem.

Thanks weed :)
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