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Making a graphic using PS Elements

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Hello all experts.

I want to make a graphic that is made up of a number of logos from different companies.  I have attached an example and you have probably seen a lot of them around.

I have the individual logos in all kinds of different sizes.

I am using PhotoShop Elements but I am a COMPLETE noob with it.

So what is the easiest way of doing this...??  Is there a way of placing them all on the big canvas and re-sizing them all at once....???

How can I arrange them in a grid...???

Any help will be much appreciated.

Thanx.

--d.

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You need to create a large blank canvas first (File->New and set the size)
Then open each existing image in turn in Elements

in the existing image select CTRL-A, then CTRL-C to select and copy the image

Switch to the blank canvas then do CTRL-V to paste  - you can then resize the image (if you cant see the resize handles use CTRL-T (Transform)

Repeat this for all the other images - each will be pated to a new layer and can be moved and resized individually
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Thanx much.

--d.
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