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I am putting together a collage, but would like the background a soft color. Got a blank 8x10 collage, took it into Photo Suite to edit, but can't seem to figure out how to color the background, then I will add my pictures. Is this the proper order? Thanks for your help once again. Mary

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I am putting together a collage, but would like the background a soft color. Got a blank 8x10 collage, took it into Photo Suite to edit, but can't seem to figure out how to color the background, then I will add my pictures. Is this the proper order? Thanks for your help once again. Mary

 

 

Click on Tools and then on Edit Canvas ... at the bottom of the Edit Canvas dialog click on the drop down arrow and pick a color (or click "More Colors" and mix your own color), and click OK.

 

 

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Thank you so much. I knew it was an easy step, but for the life of me, I couldn't figure it out. I don't print collages too often because of the amount of ink it uses, but this was for a special elderly lady, and I needed to get that background colored. She is thrilled with the results, and you have been a life-saver. thanks again. MK

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Thank you so much. I knew it was an easy step, but for the life of me, I couldn't figure it out. I don't print collages too often because of the amount of ink it uses, but this was for a special elderly lady, and I needed to get that background colored. She is thrilled with the results, and you have been a life-saver. thanks again. MK

 

That's great, I am so glad she is happy with your collage. Sometimes the easy steps can be the most elusive. Thanks for posting back :)

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