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New here and a quick question - hope it's not a dumb one!

Posted by Liatris (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 24, 05 at 2:40

Hi all. I'm hoping someone can tell me, please, whether Photoshop 7 has a flood fill function?

I've only recently started using it - most up-to-date program 'til now has been PSP 5 and photo Impression 4. If I flick between programs I can do most things I need to do, but a flood fill in photoshop would make things a little easier - I simply haven't been able to find it.

Many thanks
Pam


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RE: New here and a quick question - hope it's not a dumb one!

Pam If this is what you are talking about..I have copied a picture of photoshop...to fill something, you go to your toolbar and r. click on the tool bar arrow with the gradient and it will give you the choice of the bucket,which is what you flood fill with..if that is what you are asking. I hope this helps..If not let me know.
Bev

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RE: New here and a quick question - hope it's not a dumb one!

Yes, Bev, that's it - many thanks!!!


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