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Thread: March Decorate Your Desktop Challenge

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    March Decorate Your Desktop Challenge

    I love March.....it's my birthday month and I'm going to start celebrating early with a 3 day photography class in Fredericksburg!!! So looking forward to this! Posting this challenge 1 day early so that you have plenty of time to get started. Have a great time with your new desktops!






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    I'm jealous!!! I hope you have a wonderful time!

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    I am going to really enjoy my desktop this month. Join me!!!







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    March is my birthday month too
    here is my March Desktop


    http://www.godigitalscrapbooking.com...3843&nocache=1
    Cee
    Last edited by cee; 03-05-2012 at 05:11 PM.

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    Very nice!!! Thanks so much for joining in this month.






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    Ok, I have never made a desktop - what am I supposed to do....?

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    Thanks for the challenge!! Here's mine

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    Hope you have a wonderful time Anna!

    Love these desktops so far everyone... pattyb

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    Quote Originally Posted by norskinus View Post
    Ok, I have never made a desktop - what am I supposed to do....?
    I haven't either! What size do we make it?



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    Pam, You make the desktop whatever size your display is set to. On a Mac I go to System Preferences, Display, to see what size in pixels the display is set to (mine is 1680 x 1050). On a PC, I think you check the Settings from the Start Menu, or whatever they're calling it these days, for your display. Then, make the new file in Photoshop or PSE be that size in pixels, at 300 dpi. After finishing the desktop layout, you can downsize a flattened copy (jpg) that is 72 dpi and about 800 x 500 pixels to the gallery.

    Here's my desktop for this month:


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