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Salzypat  (Level: 162.6 - Posts: 5426)
Thu, 25th Oct '07 12:21 AM


I'm wondering if any of you can help me with this problem. The United Way campaign is based on everyone is a piece of the puzzle, and for the regular updates on how the campaign is going the board would like for our newspaper to come up with a way to make the United Way logo into a jigsaw puzzle and then add pieces as the money comes in. We've always used a thermometer, but the board thought the puzzle would be a clever way to do it.

I've found places where I can make puzzles from the logo, but it's too large as it is now, and I can't save it as a JPG or GIF so it can be resized. I hope to take something to show the board at tomorrow's board meeting. Perhaps someone there can take it a step further than what I have been able to do. (This has to be pretty simple for me to work with it!) However it came to me tonight that I should ask my Sploofus friends to see if anyone has any ideas.

Rowlanda  (Level: 70.0 - Posts: 2853)
Thu, 25th Oct '07 2:58 AM

Do you have an All-in One printer????
I had one that you could use to resize pics,
using percentages of the original size????

The only other thing I can think of at night is
that it KINKO's????
When I used to live in a city - they had stores that were
open all night, and machines that could produce MAGIC....
Also....very helpful staff....

Good Luck, Pat

Salzypat  (Level: 162.6 - Posts: 5426)
Thu, 25th Oct '07 10:26 AM

Thanks Rowlanda. No Kinko's where I live so out of luck there. However the printer idea might work if I printed it out, then scanned it as a JPG. Hmm, I'll have to try that.

I realize I left out an important piece of the puzzle (pardon the pun!) This has to be a program that is compatible within Quark. I did get one other hint, so I'll try it, too, when I get to work.

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