When you are creating collages, photo pages, and editing photos, you have the option of adding symbols to your photos. In this guide, I will walk you through the steps of adding the symbols to your photos. You will need to load your Photoscape editor and open the photo you want to add symbols to or open a photo to practice on. If you want to just practice, you can close the photo without saving it and the photo will not be messed up.
Once you have your Photoscape program and photo open, you will need to click the Object tab at the bottom of your editor. In this tab, you will see the Quotation Mark icon. Click this icon and a box will open. In this box, you will see the different symbols you have to choose from.
On the left side of the box, you will see the different categories of symbols. Click a category to see the symbols that are in that category. The symbols will show on the right side of the box. When you find something you want to use, click the symbol to select it.
Once you click the symbol, you will see it appear on your photo. Before you close the Symbol box, you can change the color of it if you want to. To change the color, click the color box in the bottom of the box. Then select the color you want to use.
You can also drop the opacity down or move it up if you want to. The Opacity bar is in the bottom of the box. Click the bar and move it to where you want it. You can see the changes as you are making them.
If you want to create an outline for the symbol, tick the Outline box. The outline properties will then light up and you can make your changes. You can change the color of the outline by clicking the color box and selecting the color you want to use. Then you can change the thickness of the outline using the number box.
When you are finished with the symbol, click the OK button on the box and the box will close. You can now continue with editing your photo. If you were just practicing, you can close the photo and select No when you are asked if you want to save it.