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How to open Photoshop files using Gimp
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We’ve had some feedback from new users who have been having some trouble using our layered photoshop templates in the free Gimp software alternative.

Here are the step-by-step instructions on how to open a Photoshop file (.psd) using GIMP:

  1. Open GIMP: First, open the GIMP application on your computer. If you don’t have GIMP installed on your computer, you can download it for free from the official GIMP website.
  2. Import the .psd file: In the top menu bar, click on “File” and then select “Open.” Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut “Ctrl+O” on Windows or “Command+O” on Mac. This will open the “Open Image” dialog box.
  3. Locate and select the .psd file: In the “Open Image” dialog box, navigate to the folder where your .psd file is located. Select the .psd file you want to open and then click the “Open” button.
  4. Choose import options: In the “PSD Import Options” dialog box that appears, you can choose how you want to import the file. You can choose to import it as a single layer, as separate layers, or as a merged image. You can also choose to import any layer masks, channels, or paths that are present in the file. Once you have made your selections, click the “Import” button.
  5. Edit the file: Once the file is imported, it will be opened in GIMP. You can then edit the file as you would any other image in GIMP.
  6. Save the file: Once you have finished editing the file, you can save it in GIMP’s native XCF file format or in a different file format such as PNG, JPEG, or TIFF. To save the file, click on “File” in the top menu bar and then select “Export As.” Choose the file format you want to save the file in, name the file, and then click the “Export” button.

That’s it! You have now successfully opened a Photoshop file using GIMP.

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