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    How to create ebook covers?

    I have to design an ebook cover for my first ebook. Do you have any suggestions? I don't have a license for Photoshop, so I can't use any tutorials.
    thx,Mary

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    wait, so you have photoshop? just no license?
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    wait, so you have photoshop? just no license?
    Hi kawsakimx6, I don't have photoshop.
    I did some searching and found several ebook cover software, many of them have templates. I am testing now the trial of eCover Engineer. Also I was thinking of Gimp to edit images. Any better suggestions?

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    Mary....

    I would think about investing in Photoshop. Even if it is an older version. I would want anything that i do on the internet that i was selling to look as good as possible.
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    Paint Shop Pro is designed for screen graphics, PhotoShop is designed for print graphics. Personally, when I have the options, if my final output is screen, I use PSP; if my final output is print, I use PhotoShop.
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    http://www.ebookcovercreator.com/
    This is website from which you can create ebook web site very easily .

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    Here is a free resource for creating amazing ebook covers: http://www.absolutecovers.com/blog/2...action-script/

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    Paint Shop Pro is designed for screen graphics, PhotoShop is designed for print graphics. Personally, when I have the options, if my final output is screen, I use PSP; if my final output is print, I use PhotoShop.
    Interesting . . . I use Paint Shop Pro a lot. I guess I had never heard that about the two apps. before.
    I will probably be getting PhotoShop soon as starting a new business. We mainly use screen graphics for an end result to DVD.

    Thanks for your input.

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    Paint Shop Pro is designed for screen graphics, PhotoShop is designed for print graphics.
    I'm curious - what's your basis for saying this? It's something I'd seriously dispute.

    I use Photoshop for all my screen work - web, CD-ROM, DVD, etc. - and I have for years.

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