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How to copy and paste a logo in photoshop cs2

Dorothy McCuskey , May 23, 2006; 11:35 a.m.

What is the easist way to copy and paste or put my logo on multiple images in photoshop CS2 windows user.. Thanks a bunch Dorothy

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Dan N , May 23, 2006; 03:03 p.m.

very easy...

open your file - open your logo file - DRAG and DROP the logo on your file - Resize to fit..

if you don't know how to do this...click HELP/PHOTOSHOP HELP on the main menu bar

Dave Dube , May 23, 2006; 04:01 p.m.

You really should make your logo a "Smart Object" so you can size and resize without loosing the original larger file size. At that point you can save it as a "custom shape tool" and just click to open it.

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