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What programs can I use to make changes to an image? Where can I get them?

Easy question, tough answer.

Just about any graphics program on your computer can be used to edit/create an image.

Paint Shop Pro 7, Adobe Photoshop, CorelDraw and others are the most widely used.

We ourselves use Paint Shop Pro 7 to create and edit images. To create more varied text, we also use ULead Cool 3.0 where we create the text/title. We then copy/paste the text onto our image(s) created in PSP 7 or Corel.

You should experiment using the graphics in your own computer.

PSP runs about $100, Adobe about $300-500, Corel can be bought on Ebay for about $25. (Fred of US Colorprint)