Last year's Homeschool Crew was fortunate to receive a copy of Graphic Toolbox for review. We've used it to make file folder games, edit family photos, and create background sets for a puppet show. Now, rather than enhancing images I'm finding wonderful uses for GT as a virtual white-out pen.
To extend our homeschool budget as far as possible I try to buy used curriculum. The challenge here is to find student workbooks that haven't already been written in. Recently I found a copy of the art program "I Can Do All Things." The lessons were clean but the beginning exercises had been done in the book.
I scanned the image into the Graphic Toolbox and proceeded to draw over the lines with a sample of the background page color. In large areas I could use solid rectangles to cover the drawn images.
Now I can just print the image out for our use.