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Adjusting images to square the edges

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I am using Adobe Elements 2020. I have an image of a sign that is rectangular in shape. The sign in the image is wider at the bottom than the top. Is there any way to drag the corners of the sign in the image so that it is rectangular, in other words, make the top edge of the sign the same size as the bottom edge of the sign?

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Correct answer by hatstead | Adobe Community Professional

1. You could use the crop tool to accompish this, but that would discard the excess.  If this is just excess background with no important information, that should work.

2. Another option would be to select the text on the sign, and place it on new (similar) background that is rectangular.

It would help if you post the image, or simlar, for us to look at in order to assist you further.

You can do that here on the forum via the "insert photos" icon at the top. However, you can not do it in an e-mail reply.

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Adjusting images to square the edges

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I am using Adobe Elements 2020. I have an image of a sign that is rectangular in shape. The sign in the image is wider at the bottom than the top. Is there any way to drag the corners of the sign in the image so that it is rectangular, in other words, make the top edge of the sign the same size as the bottom edge of the sign?

Thanks for you help

 

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Correct answer by hatstead | Adobe Community Professional

1. You could use the crop tool to accompish this, but that would discard the excess.  If this is just excess background with no important information, that should work.

2. Another option would be to select the text on the sign, and place it on new (similar) background that is rectangular.

It would help if you post the image, or simlar, for us to look at in order to assist you further.

You can do that here on the forum via the "insert photos" icon at the top. However, you can not do it in an e-mail reply.

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1. You could use the crop tool to accompish this, but that would discard the excess.  If this is just excess background with no important information, that should work.

2. Another option would be to select the text on the sign, and place it on new (similar) background that is rectangular.

It would help if you post the image, or simlar, for us to look at in order to assist you further.

You can do that here on the forum via the "insert photos" icon at the top. However, you can not do it in an e-mail reply.

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