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Graphics

The dark grey panel on the far left of the editor is dynamic: its buttons change, depending on which design elements are selected in the editing canvas.  When you want to edit or m...

PicMonkey has long supported the import of SVG files to the platform but, as of late 2020, users can change colors within an SVG. Uploading an SVG file There are a couple of ways ...

The Erase tool allows you to erase specific parts of your design. To erase part of a graphic: 1. Open an image or template in PicMonkey. 2. On the Layers panel, select the graphic ...

PicMonkey’s design templates come preloaded with text, images, and/or graphics. However, you can alter the templates by changing, adding, or deleting any of the pre-existing elemen...

In PicMonkey, you have the option of using our graphics or adding your own. Your own graphics can be anything from images to icons to photos to videos. Adding an image as a graphic...

Graphics are PicMonkey's version of stickers or clipart that you can add to your photos and designs. This article will show you how to add graphics to your projects. Adding a PicMo...

Graphics are like digital stickers that you can add to your designs. Most of PicMonkey’s graphics are “vector-based” which means you can size them up without losing any resolution....

The Graphic tools menu appears when you’ve added a graphic to your canvas. The tools menu allows you to customize the look of a graphics by changing its color, cropping or erasing ...

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