Yes. it's possible. I'd recommend getting yourself one of the books
for beginners listed at http://www.gimp.org/books/.
My personal highly biased recommendation is http://www.apress.com/9781430231684.
On Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 8:33 PM, Beau & Belle Invitations
> Hi everyone
> I apoligize in advance for my probably very stupid and laughable questions.
> I am not very computer literate!
> I have a very small business and cannot justify purchasing adobe photoshop
> or any of their products. I make wedding invitations and different
> greeting cards and would like to start using some digital graphics. I
> wouldn't be designing the graphics - just using them.
> I'm just wondering if GIMP will be able to crop these images for me to use
> (duh right??), but also if I will be able to change the color of these
> graphics. Most of the graphics I get are in a PNG file and have a
> transparent background. They are always a solid black color and are very
> simple designs. All I would want to do is potentially change the solid
> black color to a solid blue color (or whatever color) and probably crop and
> resave the image to use...
> Can anyone help me please and let me know if this is possible with GIMP?
> And try not to laugh at me too hard!
> Sent from Beau & Belle Invitations
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