I think there's a misunderstanding. I have a multi-page document that is already a PDF that I have scanned and put into PS. I want to clean it up and then export it as a new pdf. That is different from what you have been explaining with Bridge and the link.
If Photoshop CS6 has a tool in reverse how do you fix that? For example, I have seen this with the magnifying glass where the default is zoom out instead of zoom in and you have to press alt., but it has happened inexplicably with other tools as well.
Is there something students can do to access PS for free to complete an assignment we've started in class? There used to be a long trial version (was it a month?), but now you can only do the trial for a week! Also, I'm wondering if there are old versions one can download for free.
You're probably right.
But if you can use the paint bucket to color multiple frames at once, it seems like you should be able to do some kind of mirroring where if you draw a hat on one frame, all frames for that sprite will get hats as well (simultaneously).
Those are about making sprites from scratch or don't cover much. I'm looking for a video I could use that would demonstrate a bunch of different ways you could customize and modify found sprites, so I don't have to demonstrate it all myself.