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I’m using Photoshop and it’s easy to change the color using the Hue slider, but when I do, it also changes the hue of my photo. How do I keep my photo from being affected?

Sorry, I’m new to Photoshop. :)

bilmaw

I designed the template to use a grey photo which wouldn’t be affected by the Hue adjustment layer but if you wish to use a colour picture simply click then drag the ‘insert photo’ layer until it is above the ‘colour change’ layer and that should fix your problem.

If you need any more help, let me know.

Thanks, Bill (bilmaw)

jdholt01 Purchased

Hello,

I am not able to download the idem i purchased from you in word. I get a lot of jumbled words and symbols. Can you please offer direction.

bilmaw

Hi, thanks for your purchase.

Be sure to download and install the required font before opening the file (instructions and links are in the help file pdf) then restart Word. Hopefully that should solve your problem.

Thanks, Bill (bilmaw)

Hi, I’ve created resume in words but how can I combine them into one in pdf format since the resume (docx) are separated and I don’t have pdf editor to dit the ones in pdf format.

Regards

bilmaw

Hi,

You can use an online service such as http://www.pdfmerge.com/ to do this for you.

Thanks, Bill (bilmaw)

Default-user

Thanks a million for the for the tip. Regards

Hello, Sorry if this is a repeat question but I do not have InDesign or Photoshop installed on my laptop. Will I be able to edit these documents using just Word (Word 2013)? If so, is there anything that can’t be edited with the stand-alone Word version?

Thanks for the clarification.

bilmaw

Hi, everything is fully editable in Word and you do not require any other software.

If you are adding a photo or images to the portfolio template you may want to use photo editing software to crop or resize images but otherwise you only need Word.

Thanks, Bill (bilmaw)

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