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Crop photos to remove borders


ponytail

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I have some photos which I have scanned for my wife as she wants to put them in a frame.My son came around last week and changed some photos but I cannot remember how he did it.We want to get rid of all the white borders around the photos.I thought he cliced on edit it was certainly something in the top R/H corner he clicked on.He seemed to drag four lines down to the size of the photo and then cropped off all the white area can someone advise

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lotvic

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Have you done it yet?

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Woolwell

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Of course unless they are printed borderless then there may still be a border when printed.

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lotvic

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Woolwell, yes, they will still need a pair of scissors or trimmer taking to 'em if necessary :) Guess it depends on what's planned for the finished photo.

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