I use my tablet for absolutely everything in PSE and a lot of stuff outside PSE
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Thread: Wacom tablet
09-29-2006, 09:09 PM #11Karen ( Karen's Scrappin' Corner )
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* * * * *Canon EOS 40D & Panosonic Lumix; PSE7, 8, & 9; Canon iP4000; Wacom tablet;
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09-30-2006, 05:55 AM #12ScrapperFL Guest
I love my wacom tablet, although I am not as proficient at it as I would like to be. It just takes practice and getting used to. For me it was an "eye hand coordination thingy." I do use other tools with it, like the lasso tool. As a matter a fact, it was Linda's tut on torn papers that finally made me go out and buy one.. I have been learning to make doodles using the pen and tablet as well. Those are fun because they don't have to be so exact and precise. And it's a fun way to work on your coordination skills.
Also, thanks ladies for the helpful tips and sites! I think I need to get a notebook started... I am running out of stick-its... and my desk is covered.. lol!! Thanks again!
Hugs around.. Linda..
09-30-2006, 07:37 AM #13
wacom pen - question
i have a tablet and love it for doing intricate work on a LO. however, i am sure i am missing some stuff. for example, there are two little "buttons" on the pen that i cannot figure out what they do. also, if i highlight some text, is it possible to somehow copy it to paste it using the pen. i find i turn back to the mouse in these instances. it was a gift from my dh last christmas and i just love it (and him, of course).
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10-07-2006, 03:21 PM #17Seasoned Digital Scrapper
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I have to thank you also, the link to Wacom was great and helped me answer some questions.
10-10-2006, 10:42 PM #18midges*prims Guest
buttons on the pen
I just bought one of these tablets and when I was setting it up the tut said something about setting up the buttons on the side of pen for right and left clicking.... I haven't used the buttons yet, but I'm pretty sure one of the things you use them for is right and left clicking, but you have to set the pen up first to do this.....