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I love Traci Reeds new planner templates but I'm making a 12x12 album and they're designed to make happy planner pages. So I was wonder if there was a way to just take part of the template and make it 12x12? I know the basics of pse, but I'd love to learn more on how to do those things. Thanks in advance!
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Old 03-29-2020, 01:08 PM
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Another user had a similar question recently, here is a link to the thread
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Another user had a similar question recently, here is a link to the thread
https://www.sweetshoppecommunity.com...ad.php?t=92369
Oh thanks I'll have to go and check it out!

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You can also start a new 12x12 canvas, drag and drop what you want (all of the layers at the same time) over to the single page and place it where you want.
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You can also start a new 12x12 canvas, drag and drop what you want (all of the layers at the same time) over to the single page and place it where you want.
I usually do something similar, but I crop it to 12x12. Then I delete the "blank" layers from the other side. I do it that way because sometimes templates don't have the clusters together, and I don't have to go through to figure out which ones I need.

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I usually do something similar, but I crop it to 12x12. Then I delete the "blank" layers from the other side. I do it that way because sometimes templates don't have the clusters together, and I don't have to go through to figure out which ones I need.
This is exactly what I do to create my 12x12 project life spreads with these templates.
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Does PSE have a canvas resize option (image > canvas resize)? The easiest way to do this is to just resize your canvas (vs the image) to 12x12 after you open the template. Or if you want to maintain the same height, change the canvas width to 9.25 and then resize to 12x12. It's preferable to do it before you've added your elements, since enlarging does degrade the quality, but it's probably not super noticeable.
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