How to add copyright info to drawings?

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Postby thedqs » Mon Jan 12, 2009 10:32 pm

I think all you would need to do is in Windows Explorer right click the file and under properties enter the copyright information.
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Postby jtwitchell » Sun Feb 15, 2009 7:18 am

You may want to look at the Creative Commons License. They may have suggestions on how to apply the license.
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Postby JPratt-p40 » Sun Apr 12, 2009 4:31 am

Perhaps this isn't what you need, but if you want to add a small line of text to an image, such as a copyright notice, here are two free image editors with that ability:
gimp.org/windows and getpaint.net (for Windows)
If you need to convert the image as jpg or png, here is a free tool that installs as a "printer" that can make an image or pdf file from nearly anything that you can print: pdfforge.org but I assume xnview.com is superior as an image conversion tool.


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