How to Use Photoshop for MySpace

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Use Photoshop for MySpace by finding graphics and photos, altering them with Photoshop, and pasting the results onto a MySpace profile. Save any changes to a MySpace profile that are made using Photoshop graphics with instructions from an experienced MySpace user in this free video on MySpace.

Part of the Video Series: MySpace Profile Layout Tips
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Video Transcript

Hi I'm Erica, we're in Salt Lake City, Utah and I am going to talk to you today about how to use Photo Shop for your My Space page. There are many ways to customize your My Space page. You can customize it by adding a scroll bar to your comments so that you don't have a long page as a scroll. You can hide your friends, you can add more. You can put add-ons like glitter affects and things like that. I am going to show you how to find a My Space layout. What your going to do is just type in My Space layouts. Pick one that you like and then you can either search for layouts or graphics or anything like that. So I am going to show you how to look for graphics. So just go to browse graphics and I'll bring up a whole page of lots of different types of graphics. Will do the birthdays one and then it will bring up another type and so you just look at all the types of glitters or blinkies that you want and go head an just click on one. Once it's brought up the one that you chose, you need to scroll down to the embed code and just right click and copy or just click copy and it will automatically copy it for you. Now I will bring up log in to your My Space page. Go on to your edit profile and you can add it anywhere you like. Go ahead and right click in the section that you want to add it to and click paste and then save the changes to your profile. After you have saved the changes to your profile it's a good idea to view your profile. So go ahead and click on view my profile and here's the blinkie that we added right here.


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