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Create a 'software box' graphic

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I would like to create a 'software box' graphic as created on the following website http://www.cover-software.com/ . This website offers Photoshop action scripts for $97, can I find scripts similar to these online for free?
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Hi DColin,

http://www.softpedia.com/public/cat/6/2/6-2-10.shtml is a free trial of one that might work

Regards,
Zyloch
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If you have photoshop, it's just a matter of doing a free transform on each side of the box, and skewing them to look appropriate. You dont need to spend money on extra software.
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