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How do I cut out part of one picture and paste it onto another one?

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photoshop have a few tutorials and lots of help tools -i hate to say it but you are asking a basic question which can be easily answered with the information you already have at your disposal - it is just up to you to do a bit of homework - if you have already done the tutorial and read the manual and still are having problems i am more than happy to help - but please try yourself first
Peter

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Thanks for the non help.

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basically you need to select the image you wish to cut out; either using the selection preset for oval, rectangular, etc. or magic wand, or the lasso tool. Once you have the selection of the image you wish, you can go to edit, cut. This will cut the selection with a transparent layer which you can then paste into the new image you open as a another layer. Once you size and position it to where you want it, then you can merge the layers to create the final image. Until you get used to phtoshop, I reccommend you work on copies of the original so you have the source filein case there are any mistakes.

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Thanks for the help. I was stuck on that part. It works great.

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