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Open all your images you want in the collage. Under the Full Edit tab, click on the Contents tab. In the first drop down box, select By Type. In the next drop down box, select Backgrounds. Double-click an appropriate background image for your collage. OR Search the Internet for Background or Wallpaper images appropriate for your collage. 7. In the Toolbox, select the Move tool. 8. Drag the photos from your project bin to your canvas. 9. In the Options bar, make sure the Show bounding box option is selected. 10. Click on each layer, resize the image, rotate, and move to the desired location. 11. Press enter on the keyboard or the tick the green check when finished with each layer. 12. Repeat for all images. 13. Arrange images so they overlap slightly and fill the entire canvas. 14. In the Layers palette, select the top layer. 15. Click on the Layer mask icon. 16. Reset the default colours by pressing D on the keyboard. 17. In the Toolbox, select the gradient tool. 18. In the Options bar, select the white to black gradient from the drop down box and the circular gradient from the icon choices. 19. Starting from the center of the picture, click, hold, and draw a line from the center of the image outward. 20. Select the next layer and repeat. Alternate method. 1. In the Layers palette, click on the top layer. 2. In the Toolbox, select the Lasso tool. 3. From the Select menu, click on Feather. 4. Add a feather of 20 to start then adjust the number as necessary for the desired effect. 5. Click on the Layer mask icon at the bottom of the Layers palette. 6. Repeat for each picture in the collage. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.