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70. About Making Selections


Selecting a portion of an image is the first basic step in nearly all the photo editing you do in PhotoShop Elements. By selecting the desired portion of the image first, you then can apply the desired edits to just the selection. Any portion of the image not included in the selection is unaffected by the commands you use on the selection. Nearly every edit command in PhotoShop Elements can be applied to a selection. Most commonly, selections are used to identify portions of an image you want to copy somewhere else, delete, rotate, resize, or move. But you also can perform tasks such as applying filters or effects to the selection.


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