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Using Third-Party Filters

Along with the filters that ship with Paint Shop Pro, numerous third-party filters (often referred to as plug-ins) are available.

Installing Plug-ins

Installing a plug-in package that can be used with Paint Shop Pro is a multistep process:

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The first step is to install the software according to the manufacturer's instructions. These days, that usually involves inserting a CD-ROM into the drive and following a couple of short instructions. The most important point to note is where on your hard drive the plug-ins are installed. Normally, you'll want to keep all your plug-ins in separate folders under one main folder. For example, you might create a Plug-ins folder under the Paint Shop Pro folder and store all your plug-ins ...

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