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Make the selected part of a picture transparent to either cleverly crop parts of the picture, or make parts of the picture transparent to overlay in front of other pictures without obscuring them.
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Removing the background from pictures.
When to use
To overlay images without obscuring objects behind them.
- Select the picture, click the Format tab, and then click Remove Background.
- The square or rectangular marquee (used to select parts of an image) helps you focus on the part of the picture that you want to keep.
- You can Mark Areas to Keep either as a single dot or as a line drawn with the pointer.
- You can Mark Areas to Remove the background either as a single dot or as a line drawn with the pointer.
- You can delete a mark by clicking Delete Mark and selecting the mark.
- You can discard or keep all changes.
Click the slide outside of the selected image or the Keep Changes button to finalize the changes. The changes can also be undone at a later time by selecting the picture, on the ribbon clicking the Format tab, and then clicking Reset Picture.Login to download
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