Originally Posted by compugasm
Photoshop is like taking a ferrari to the grocery store. It's way more than you need. However, if you look for tutorials on cropping images in the version of photoshop you have, you might be able to struggle through it.
Due to the fact that there are guidelines as to the size of a signature, simple cropping is probably not the best way for a person to go, if they want to make a signature for TCS. However, to crop it's very simple. All you have to do is use the square masque tool, and surround the portion of the image you wish to keep then go to IMAGE, and on the drop down menu you click on CROP. It's very simple to crop, but you more than likely still have to size the image to make sure it is within TCS guidelnes. To be honest, I'm not all that familiar with Photoshop Suites, or how many of the tools Suites has compared to regular Photoshop. I think it's a program that comes with either a printer or a scanner, if I'm not mistaken so it won't be as advanced as Photoshop. I can only tell you how it's done in regular Photoshop. However since cropping is such a basic thing, I'd think that Photoshop Suites would be able to crop an image.