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how did you add a photo to the Facebook template in photoshop?

asked Aug 25 '13 at 20:55

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Have you tried dragging the image onto the template.

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answered Aug 26 '13 at 05:21

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Yes - no luck

(Aug 26 '13 at 08:48) jax200 jax200's gravatar image

What version of photoshop are you using. CS5 / 6 or elements.

On the file menu do you have the option File > Scripts > Load Files into Stack.

If so you can use this to browse to and choose the PDF template file along witth any images you want to add to it.

This will open them all as layers ready for you to edit and arrange as you want.

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answered Aug 26 '13 at 09:06

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Simon H
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I have Elements 10. Don't see Scripts.

(Aug 27 '13 at 16:06) jax200 jax200's gravatar image

Ok I only have the full version but I am sure this works in elements.

  1. Open the template file and the image in elements.
  2. Click on the image and press ctrl + a to select it then ctrl + c to copy it.
  3. Click on the template and press ctrl + v to copy the image onto the template.

The copied image will be added as a new layer on the template. When you look in the layers panel you will see the template now has 2 layers. The template will be labeled as background and the image as layer 1.

You can then select the image layer 1 and modify it as required.

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answered Aug 27 '13 at 19:26

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Simon H
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Another success! Thanks!

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answered Aug 27 '13 at 19:39

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