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Assuming you have your object on its own layer: use the Magic wand to select the transparent surrounding then press Ctrl + I to invert the selection.

 

Disagree about the Magic Wand BTW ;)

 

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Complex backgrounds can be difficult to remove easily with one or two clicks. Do a search for "cutting out images the easy way". That tutorial might help you.

 

Alternatively, upload the image and let us have a look at what you're trying to achieve.

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Have you tried this plugin?  I sometime have to use it.

 

 

Alternatively, you could do an Internet search for PNG files where background have been erased for you.  For example, you could type in "lantern png" in your preferred search engine, and find something like this readily available.

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