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f 2420 by 466 pixels. Click on your brush tool or press "B" on your keyboard to use it. 9 Click on the down arrow next to the box that says "Brush" at the top of the screen where a brush menu appears. A larger box appears that has a small arrow pointing to the side. Click on that and scroll to the photo booth file that you saved. Click on it to add the tools to your brush palette. 10 Click on one of the three brush t ools. Drag your cursor onto the photo you imported and lay the photo strip outline over the photo to align it. Once the photo strip is laid free textures on top of your pictures, save your file or print it.1 Select a website to assemble and print your memory book. A variety of sites offer this service, each providing its own selection of layouts, customization and printing options. Good places to start are MixBook.com, Shutterfly. pacificcolumns com and MemoryPress.FamilyLearn.com. 2 Prepare your photos for the memory book. Most sites will allow you to crop and resize your pictures u .

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