Re: [Gimp-user] Cropping

Look for the tool icon that looks like a large X-acto blade knife. Click and drag in the picture to select 
the part you want. Once you release the mouse button, the edges and corners of the selected area are 
click-and-drag-able for fine adjustment. Hit enter when satisfied to accept changes. Then choose “File” menu, 
“Overwrite <name of file>” which will replace the original (NOT UNDOABLE!) or “File” menu, “Export as …” and 
choose your options and locations in the resulting dialog.


On Jul 25, 2016, at 2:29 PM, Marvin Winitsky <winitsky8 aol com> wrote:

Hi, Experts,

I just learned how to drag a photo into the main editing screen in GIMP (for Mac), but now, I need to know 
(step-by-step) how to crop the picture’s edges, save the changes, and return the finished product to my 
photo folder on my Mac. Can someone please explain/show me how to do this without too much technical 
detail? I’d be most grateful.

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