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Post  NEW222 on Sun Jan 28, 2018 11:51 am

Hi all. So, I have a little question regarding editing pictures. To be more specific, I have a plan scanned into 16 pages. I have these both in jpeg and pdf formats. Does anyone here happen to know if there is a free photo editing online that I can merge and overlap these pictures back into one plan? To me, it is not a big deal as I tile print and tape all my plans together, but I would like to share the plan if anyone is interested and would like to offer it in a single page format or in multiple pages. I have tried a couple of things online but without success. Thank you. If it makes any difference, teh plan in question here is the 'Pinto'.
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Post  balogh on Mon Jan 29, 2018 6:13 am

I would use the "Snipping tool" that cuts and pastes arbitrary sections of anything appearig on your screen. I often use that in my office work to e.g. quote texts, drawings etc. in the xlsx, pptx, docx document,s or Outlook email messages I create.

You take one of the 16 sections, show that on your screen, snip it and post in a new document that will be the platform of your merged document. Then continue with the rest, pasteing the subsequent snippings side by side to match on the adjacent, mating edges. Snippings are scaleable, so you can always make sure the size and ratio of each adjacent section is correct, and are of jpg format.
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Post  Admin on Mon Jan 29, 2018 9:22 am

https://www.gimp.org You could use GIMP to assemble your scans. It takes awhile to figure the software out, but there are tutorials online.

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Post  NEW222 on Mon Jan 29, 2018 6:23 pm

Thank you both for your help and time. I will try them both out and see how it goes. Will probably be a day or two till I get back at it. I am currently downloading GIMP as I type this. Very Happy
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