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  1. I was asked to make a word and fill it with silver glitter texture. the problem is I don't know how to fill the words with a .png glitter file I have. Do I have to make a pallet or a swatch for this and if yes is there a tutorial to do this? Do you know any resources that make and sell such a thing? Appreciate any guidance you may furnish me. I kinda need to learn this ASAP ... like today. Disclosure: I am super new to this program and have little to no experience with graphic programs. I used to do this sort of thing in a cutting software (I just dragged the texture onto the words and it filled it in) but it won't export a 300 dpi photo for it to be printed at a printer for posters.
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