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Old 5th of May 2009 (Tue)   #1
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Default Anyone use Corel paint shop pro photo XI to sharpen?


I have Corel Paint shop pro photo XI. I don't do allot of PP to my photos but would like to learn a good sharpening technique for printing. Does anybody have suggestions? What is your sharpening method when printing?


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