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First, make sure layer B is "below" layer A.

OK, the part of layer A that you want to be transparent, select it with one of the selection tools (square, circle, magic wand, etc.) and press the Delete key on your keyboard.

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From what I read in the first post, he's asking to use an effect similar to Photoshop. I saw it when I downloaded the trial a while ago. Basically, if you have a design on either side of a small-medium object, and you rub the brush over it (let's say, a black square) it would replace that black square with a pretty good estimate to what it would be there if it was not covering the design. Idk if I explained that too well...

And jake, I don't understand that at all... lol. :)

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