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Remove Unwanted Spots by Content Aware

All of you are familiar with Adobe Photoshop. Everybody knows Photoshop is a great tool to work with images. It's really helpful to edit image. The latest version of Photoshop is CS6. Today I am gonna write about an amazing option of Adobe Photoshop - Content Aware. It's a magical tool. With this tool, you can vanish unwanted spots or area from your photos just like a magician! 

System Requirement
Unfortunately content aware is a new feature of Photoshop. It's just added to the CS5 version. Even CS4 doesn't have this cool feature. But if you're using CS6 then you will get this option under the Edit menu. 

About Content Aware
As mentioned earlier, Content Aware is a new feature of photoshop. Photoshop version CS5 (or higher) users can enjoy it. With this tool you can remove unwanted spots or area from an image. 
Of course you can do this with the help of Clone Stamp Tool. But in this method you have to choose sample from one area and copy it to another. And sometimes it …

How to Show Text Boundaries in MS Word?


When you install MS Office on Your Computer, by default there are some settings that may need to be changed due increase to your convenience. 

The most common problem for every user is to show text boundaries in MS Word after installing Microsoft Office Pack. Text Boundaries show the printable area for text so that a user can easily  understand the layout of the page. 

By default, MS Word shows no text boundary in the document. And this is very bothering personally for me. So, in this post, I'm gonna show you how to set text boundaries in MS Word document.



For Office 2000/ XP/ 2003 Users: 

  1. At first open MS Word. 
  2. Then go to the Options under the Tools Menu and hit on the View Tab. 
  3. Now at the bottom of the window you will see an option named Text Boundaries
  4. Now simply place a Check Mark on Text Boundaries. Your Problem gets solved! 

Note: Make sure you're using print layout option. To show your document in Print Layout, go to the View Menu and select Print Layout





For Office 2007 Users: 


  1. First you need to open MS Word and then click on Office Button located at the upper left corner of the screen.
  2. Then hit on Word Options > Advanced > Show Document Content > Now place a check mark behind Show Text Boundaries


Note: Make sure you're using Print Layout option. You can use print layout by moving to the View tab and select Print Layout. Or look at the bottom of the screen and select print layout located at the left of the zoom option. 



For Office 2010 User: Slightly varies from MS Word 2007

  1. First, open MS Word and then click on the File menu located at the upper left corner of the screen. 
  2. Then Move to the Options > Advanced > Scroll down to the Show Document Content > Now place a check mark behind Show Text Boundaries. 




Note: Make sure you're using Print Layout option. You can use print layout by moving to the View tab and select Print Layout. Or look at the bottom of the screen and select print layout located at the left of the zoom option. 



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  2. Thank you so much! You saved me another couple of frustrating hours!!!

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