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    Graphic Program

    I have a question, does anyone know if a good graphic program that's not too expensive??

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    I think the graphics in SQL Server 2008 are nice...

    Could you be a smidgeon more explicit on what you want? What do you envision doing with this program? What do you consider "too expensive"? The answers to those questions will significantly color the responses that you get.

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    PAT!!!!!!!!!!!! MERRY CHRISTMAS

    Well I mean as in 150-200 dollars, and I want something that I can take pictures or logos or seals and alter then. Like I want to take one of our logos and (as requested) put flames on the lettering. Things like that, where I can manipulate a picture or logo with ease

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    Quote Originally Posted by desireemm
    I have a question, does anyone know if a good graphic program that's not too expensive??
    Windows Paint

    best of all, it's free!!!!!!1!
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    I have used that and its pretty limited

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    sorry, i posted before i saw that you wanted to put flames on a logo

    omigod, how 90's

    no offence, but whose idea was this? can't you get them a "welcome to the 21st century" calendar for christmas or something?
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    thats what the boss wants I just do what I'm told

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    they want their own seal and they want flames on the words, like the words are in flamed

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    I'd recommend trying GIMP. The price is right (free), and it is fairly capable.

    Correl offers Paint Shop Pro at around $80 for a new full retail copy. It is a pretty standard "professional" graphics package, and I"ve been very happy with it.

    You can definitely move up from there, but I've never had any need for more than what they offer.

    -PatP

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    I'd try the gimp
    personally I use Fireworks for image manipulation that isn't gong to be n your budegt (unless theres on old version hanging around a a discount /end of line

    flaming.. wonder if there is a stock font that will het close to where you want?
    I'd rather be riding on the Tiger 800 or the Norton

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    How about another freebie: http://www.sumo.fi/products/sumopaint/index.php?id=0

    Merry Christmas

    EDIT: nearly forgot Paint.NET (not used this one but everyone says it's good!)
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