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Chapter 10. Giving Your Right Brain a Wo... > Tool Time: How to Use the Paint Tool... - Pg. 113

Giving Your Right Brain a Workout with Paint 113 You use this tool to select an existing color from the currently open image. This is handy, for example, if the image has a color that doesn't appear in the Color Box. You select the color by clicking (for the foreground color) or right-clicking (for the background color) an example of the color within the image. Eraser. This not-to-be-wielded-lightly tool enables you to erase parts of your image. The tool styles offer various widths, and dragging the mouse in the drawing area wipes out everything in the mouse pointer's path. Also refer to the section "Erasing Paint Mistakes" later in this chapter for more tips. Windows Wisdom