How to Create a Digital Jigsaw Puzzle Online With Different Difficulty Levels

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How to Create a Digital Jigsaw Puzzle Online With Different Difficulty Levels
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Programs to make digital jigsaw puzzles of your photos are available all over the Internet. If you have a photo, you can not only make your own puzzle, but you can also make a few different varieties with different difficulty levels. These online jigsaw puzzle applications are lightweight and simple, and give you a way to play with your photos.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Jigsaw puzzle application

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Locate and load one of the online puzzle making programs (see Resources). If you have a preferred puzzle maker, feel free to use that instead.

  2. 2

    Click the "Choose file" button on the application, and use the computer's dialogue to select the photo you want to upload for the puzzle.

  3. 3

    Choose the size and shape of your puzzle pieces, depending on the application you're using. Jigsaw Planet's application lets you choose a number of pieces, and the larger number of pieces make a more difficult puzzle, while a smaller number of pieces means a simpler one. On Flash-Gear, the program lets you choose a size of the pieces.

  4. 4

    Select any other options available in the program you're using. On some applications, it may change the puzzle directly into an online version; in other applications, you may have to press a button that says "Create" first.

  5. 5

    Complete the puzzle. If you find that this puzzle looks or is too hard or too easy, return to the Flash application and try a higher difficulty option.

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