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Exporting

If you plan to send your completed design to a print shop, it's imperative to set crop and bleed marks. Since printers can't print to the exact edge of a document, adding these mar...

You can share your images directly with others from PicMonkey by selecting Share on the top toolbar. In the Share drop-down menu, select where or with whom you want to share your p...

The Download button can be found on the top toolbar. Download lets you save your image to your computer. To share with others or directly to social media, use the Share icon in the...

PicMonkey users can now create and output projects containing multiple pages (up to 30). This help article will explain how the multiple pages feature works within the editor, and ...

A PDF, or Portable Document Format, is a file format created by Adobe in 1993 with the goal of making a shareable file not reliant upon any application software. Chances are you’ve...

By default, all browsers do not ask you where you want to save your files, instead they automatically save them to the Downloads folder.  You can change this behavior by setting yo...

Users have the ability to download multiple files at a time from Hub. Three things to know: All the selected files will download as the same file type. This means that you cannot d...

PicMonkey subscribers have the ability to download multiple files at a time from Hub. Three things to know: All the selected files will download as the same file type. That means ...

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