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Ok Vanessa. I got your PM...And I'll use your example "V"

1. Click the magic wand select tool and adjust the tolerance so that it selects the necessary amount of the image.

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2. Click on the part of the image which you don't want... In this case, it's the white on the outside of the "V". Your image should now look like this:

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3. And now click on the del button on your keyboard or go to Edit>Erase selection. Your picture should now be transparent. The checkerboard backround is just to indicate that, that part of the photo is transparent.

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This is your finished Product!

DO NOT FORGET TO SAVE YOUR PHOTO AS A PNG.

OR ELSE IT WILL NOT WORK.

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Your done! :wink: I hoped this helped because this is as specific as I can get. If you want to select a part of a photo with more colors and details, I recommend SearedIce's magnificent "Cutout Effect"

http://paintdotnet.12.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=1100

I hope there's not too much pictures :roll: :oops:

Note: Internet Explorer currently does not support .png transparency. So you have to view it on Mozilla Firefox

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