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Getting rid of dust

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Rjmiz
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Message posted at 05/18/2007, 16:39:43 PM by Rjmiz
Bad house keeping is cause enough to run to photoshop for help



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Maigi
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Message posted at 05/18/2007, 16:58:07 PM by Maigi
Thank you! :)

It's so great, that you are making such tutorials!

They make processing easier.
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Message posted at 05/21/2007, 00:48:30 AM by Cathysbelleimage
yes, once again, thank you Robert! Love your tutorials... espacially this one, I always forget to dust 1st!!!
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Mg121977
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Message posted at 05/21/2007, 14:11:37 PM by Mg121977
Nice tutorial. Thank you for sharing it. Do you have a page on your site that lists out all of your tutorials?
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Yevettem
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Message posted at 05/21/2007, 14:23:07 PM by Yevettem

Originally posted by Mg121977:
Quoted Message: Nice tutorial. Thank you for sharing it. Do you have a page on your site that lists out all of your tutorials?




Yes Rjmiz, do you have them all together somewhere? I saw you posted a couple more on Friday, and I just didn't have time to view them. Would love them all together so I could go through them when I have time. Very nice of you to post!! Thanks.
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