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Please don't YELL.

Also, you made absolutely no reference to the problem you are actually having. How do you expect anyone to help you?

This is a problem that is going to be completely specific to a particular image. Try posting the image...

Another thing, RTFRs!


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OK, here it is, step-by-step:

1) Open an image

2) Use a selection tool to select the part you want to be transparent (Square, Circle, Freeform, or the ever popular Magic Wand)

3) Press the Delete key (on your keyboard). The checkerboard pattern you see is your indication that you have done good.

4) File > Save As...

5) Choose a file type that supports transparency (such as GIF or PNG)


Also, please choose a more descriptive thread title next time. Closed.

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