How do I invert an image?
trying to use inkjet friendly iron on transfer paper to uilt a keepsake quilt with photo blocks, dont ant the lettering to be dislexic. I have windows vista on home lap top and windows 7 on the notebook
If you're just trying to invert the colors on an image on your computer, you can just open it with the "Paint" program (Start Menu > Accessories > Paint) .. And then pressing Ctrl + Shift + I ..
And that should invert the image colors. If that's what you're looking to do.
i'm wanting to print the "mirror" image so that it will be propper after the iron is transfered to the cloth
Not positive for Vista but here is how Windows 7 works.
2.Choose Devices and Printers
3.Right click on the printer your going to use.
4.Choose printing preferences.
5.Click the Advanced tab
6.Change Mirror image from off to on
Gimp is a good program to do all kinds of things like that. its free, yet its about as good as MS Photoshop!
Download a picture editing software called "Irfanview." It is absolutely free and has got to be the easiest software to use. I have been using it for years and love it. Just go into the editing tab and rotate your picture or whatever you need to do..
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