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Paint.net Computer Skills for Edible Images

Date/Time

Date(s) - 01/27/2020
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location

453 Sawdust Rd #102
Spring, Texas 77380

In this class, we will teach you some basic image editing skills using paint.net.

What you will learn:

  • where to find images
  • how to upload images to the paint.net software
  • how to resize images
  • how to put multiple images onto one-sheet for printing

Objective:

To simplify the baker’s life by finding quality images to use on their customer’s cakes. Each person will print the images that they manipulate.

Required to bring:

You must bring your laptop. You can download the paint.net software here.

Do not click on the green start button, scroll down further it should look like this:

 

Actual results may vary. The picture is for inspiration only. Actual results depend upon individual skill and personal preference.

Online registration closes 48 hours before an event. Please call the store to inquire about registrations within 48 hours of an event. Events must have 3 people registered 48 hours prior to remain on the schedule.

Academy Terms and Conditions

ATTENDANCE:

Please arrive a few minutes early to allow the instructor to check attendance and begin the class promptly.

Only paid students are allowed in the classroom during scheduled classes. We are unable to accommodate guests and children in the classroom. Parents may drop off their student(s) or wait in the retail store area,  and watch through our observation window.

REGISTRATION / CANCELLATION / REFUNDS

Students must register and pay class tuition at least 2 days before each class to reserve your spot. Full refunds for class cancellation will be made if 1) you provide two business days advance notice before the first scheduled class. 2) Over the Top Cake Supplies cancels a class due to insufficient enrollment. Refunds will be made directly to the credit card used to purchase the class or store credit.

Cancellations made less than 2 days before the scheduled class will result in the loss of 100% of the class tuition.

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