Using Photoshop Templates in ProSelect
ProSelect supports the ability to add Photoshop templates within the program can create most templates yourself using ProSelect's built-in Template Editor. These can be either Traditional Matted Templates or Composite templates (for digital books).
Your initial files are generally .psd files and can be added as an Overlay Image to a template.
- If you already know how to create templates in ProSelect, then watch the "All About Templates Part II". Others also on this topic are "Template Temptations | Features to lure you!" and "Templates | New Features that give you design freedom". You will find these in the Webinar Archives area (under the Training menu on the TimeExposure web site).
- If you would like to learn about creating and editing templates then see "All About Templates Part I" Webinar.
These subjects are also covered in more detail in the ProSelect Reference Manual (quick access under the Help menu in ProSelect).
If you have a favorite template Company and they haven't yet created their templates for using in ProSelect, then you are welcome let them know to contact us through our Support Centre (under the Support Menu on the TimeExposure web site) on how to do this (choose Submit a New Ticket). They may also like to be included in our ProSelect Resources web page.
If you are building Digital albums, then we also offer our Composite Album Collections I & II ready to use. All the templates are scalable (and stretchable) so you can use them for a wide range of different sized books also. And as with all templates in ProSelect, you can further customise those designs with just a few mouse clicks.
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