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    Adobe Photoshop 7.0

    Hi I have a question regarding an image using Photoshop 7.

    I did search to try and find a relevant thread but none were recent.

    I have an image which is surrounded by a white background. Problem is is that when I put the image into my webpage, the white background can still be seen. It doesn't look too good with the way I'm approaching the styling, I'd like to have just the image without the white background. Therefore, I was wondering if any kind knowledgable person could assist me through how to achieve this.

    Any helpful comments will be appreciated!
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    wow first of all 7.0 is old school! I started on that one like 10 years ago memories... unfortuanly there is a 8 year gap in my experience but I think you should use the magic wand (you might have to lower the tolerence to 1 or 2) and select the text go to select inverse by right clicking and cut it create a new image with 418 x 119 (using the dimensions in your image) but with a transparent bg paste it in there and save it as a gif and see if that works... just a heads up that wand might make the logo look a little sketchy

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    I just did it for you..it comes out sketchy sorry I'm out of ideas
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    Ah thank you very very much!

    Sorry I hadn't replied I was actually sitting there going through the steps you gave

    That looks great, thank-you once again!

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    Seeing as though it is a relevant topic, is there a way to save that file so that when the pixels 419/119 are put in that it would look clear? I haven't a clue when it comes to image/graphic design

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    your welcome...you could use the eraser and erase the extra pixels that make it look sketchy and as for your other question..I dont think there is any way to scale an image larger and keep the quality of the image

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    Nice sharing.................


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