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    Transparency in Photoshop

    Heyyyyyllllppp
    How do i do transparency in Photoshop...you know like make everything that's white, transparent?
    Thanks!!
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    Open teh layers window
    Select the BG layer->Duplicate it
    Delete teh BG layer (leave the copy)
    The use th lasso/wand to select thw while areas
    Then delete them
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    or just tinker with the layer styles and fill sliders...

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    okay i will do it that way, thanks guys

    So there is no actual transparency button?
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    There is something like a transparency button. When you "save for web" and set the image to as a gif. There is also a box called the "color table" listing all the colors of your gif. If you click on one of the colors and than click on a transparency button labeled "maps selected to transparency" will replace that color with transparency.

    You need to be careful because it will replace every aspect of that color. The "transparency button" is especially effective if you are trying to create a transparency around something with a lot of anti-aliasing.

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