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Bhavik Patel
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I have an html form which has Login ,register buttons...I have Login Button image..I want to change that button's label with register is it any good and user friendly studio i can use to change label and create same type of buttons with diff labels

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Photoshop is pretty much the industry standard. And Photoshop Elements is a lot less expensve than the full-featured version but has just about everything in it that you might need. But there are myriad other solutions out there as well.
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LView Pro is pretty good and not very expensive.

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Andrew Eccleston
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Two other options worth considering are PaintShop Pro, and GIMP.

A full version of PaintShop Pro is normally $129, but is currently on sale for $99 (boxed version) or $89 (download version). The people I know who use it find it very capable for all of their web site related graphics work.

GIMP on the other hand is free. You can download it from their web site. I will say that their interface is not the most intuitive, but once you get used to how things work, I think it's a least as capable as PaintShop Pro.

Hope this helps.


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