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I first learned Photoshop in 1998 and keep up a training schedule on it to this day because it's one of those programs that's always evolving. There's a local website I manage for a friend and she sent me a PDF to post. I think the document must've been made on a copy machine, it was all crooked and wacky. Since I needed both a jpg for the site and a pdf for users download, I pulled it into Photoshop. I could've just converted it and been done, but the crookedness was BUGGING ME. I tried manually rotating it by grabbing the corner but I couldn't get it quite right. I used to use the ruler tool to straighten out things like that more accurately, who knows how many versions ago. I didn't see that tool anymore. But I saw a command called "crop and straighten" and thought "That's exactly what I want to do!"

So I hit that command and...Photoshop chopped the document into a bunch of bizarre little pieces, each one its own document. Ha ha!

It's a garbage pickup calendar, nothing glamorous, I assure you :D

(And I remembered that command is supposed to be for slapping down a bunch of photos on a scanner at one time and then separating them later.)

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