One of the last things you would probably expect to find in a photo editing program are the tools to create notebook paper. Well, if you have Photoscape, you have the option of creating notebook paper. You can control how far apart the lines are, what color the lines are, and what type of lines to use. In this guide, I am going to walk you through the steps of creating your own notebook paper in Photoscape.
First, you will need to load Photoscape. If you already have Photoscape open, you will need to go to the splash screen. On the splash screen, you will need to click the Paper Print icon. That will open a new box and this is where you will create your notebook paper.
In the box that opened, you will see the different types of paper in a small box on the right. Look for the notebook paper and click it. It should be the first paper in the box. Once you click it, you will see a larger view of the notebook paper in the left side of the box. You can zoom in and out by using the zoom bar at the bottom of the box.
Now that you have selected your paper, you can change the properties. First, we will change the type of line. In the first box, at the bottom of the window, you will see the drop down box with the line in it. Drop this box down and select the type of line you want to use. Click it to select it.
Next, you can change the size you want between each line. Drop the box down below the line box and select one of the three options by clicking it. You will see the changes in the left panel as you are making them.
The last thing you will need to do is select the color you want for the lines. On the right side of the window, look for the color box and click it. Once the color box is open, you can click the color you want to use. The lines on the notebook paper will then change.
When you are finished, you can print your notebook paper by clicking the print button at the top of the Photoscape Notebook Paper window.