These are basic Gimp functionality. I suggest the introductory manual
or any number of Youtube videos.

On Sat, Nov 8, 2014 at 4:49 PM, joe.noel <> wrote:
> When one single image is open, how do I:
> 1. Select one small portion of the image and drag it? I tried using the 
> select tool and can't make it work.
> 2. Negative or reverse color polarity. Ie: reverse color profile.  White to 
> black. Black to white for example.
> 3. Flip or mirror an image so that I can surround a center image with 2 
> mirror images of a second graphic on each side?
> 4. Paste into one image a 2nd imahe and manipulate them. Some programs you 
> have to flatten the images into 1 image and then proceed to select a small 
> portion of the greater image to drag, resize, etc to position next to the 
> other image.
> I have attached an image as an example. This was originally several images I 
> had to drag and resize and drop in and alphabetize, reverse color profile on 
> the "equalizer" image portion then mirror image it to use for left and right 
> positioning. I had to resize the crown while it was inside the greater image. 
> I found all of this quite difficult to do with GIMP or not all able to be 
> done per my knowledge of the product. It was very frustrating.  I spent 2 
> hours trying it with GIMP, but gave up and used another program on a friends 
> laptop on 20 minutes.  I am very excited about gimp and want to learn more.
> Joseph L. Noel
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