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GroovyPost Teaches Photoshop: Simple Motion Effect

Hello again groovyReaders and groovyPhotoshoppers! Today, we’ve got a very easy and cool motion effect you can do for yourself in even the earliest versions of Photoshop. All you need is a good image to get started with and you can get going right away: Step 1 – Separating your object from its background If […]

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Make Any Program In Windows Stay “Always On Top”

When you are working in Windows with limited screen space it can be really useful to have certain windows stuck hovering above others.  Some programs in Windows automatically incorporate this “always on top” feature, but for the most part both Windows 7 and Vista are completely without it.  However, there are two free and simple […]

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Configure Adobe Photoshop Advanced Tablet Options

If you’re lucky enough to have a tablet on your computer and would like to use it with Photoshop, there are a few things which you should configure before you begin working with it in order to fully realize the benefits of a Tablet + Photoshop.  The steps are fairly straight forward so let’s jump […]

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How to Create a Persistent Linux Installation on a Bootable Live USB or SD Card

Recently, we polled groovyReaders, asking you “What’s stopping you from trying Ubuntu?” One of the top concerns was uncertainty over how to safely install Ubuntu without risking damage to your main operating system. grooveDexter has already provided a few solutions that can help you get your feet wet with Ubuntu and other Linux distros without […]

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Google Docs Finally Gets a Native App for Android

Increasingly, people are using mobile phones to access information like email, banking, web browsing and even editing documents or team collaboration. Part of getting work done on the go is being able to easily access, edit and share content, which is why I’m happy to share with everyone the Google Docs app for Android. With this new […]

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GroovyPost Teaches Photoshop – Multitouch in Photoshop

Hello groovyReaders! Today on this sleepy Sunday I was thinking about it – multitouch, or just touch gestures themselves have really made their way into our tech lives and can be seen on mobile devices, laptops, screens and… Photoshop! Yes, as a matter of fact Photoshop supports a number of multitouch gestures that can help […]

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How-To Save MS Office 2007 documents as a PDF or XPS

Shortly after upgrading to Microsoft Office 2007 I ran across this nice FREE add-on from Microsoft which allows you to save your documents in the Adobe PDF or Microsoft XPS format using all eight Microsoft Office 2007 applications.  I use the feature almost daily so I’m sure all you groovyReaders will appreciate the find!   […]

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