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Old 23-03-2013, 04:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Adobe CS5 Magnetic Lasso Question.

I've worked out how to use this tool, but I don't know how to transfer the saved image to Microsoft Powerpoint.

For example:

If I take an image, a black hat for instance and lasso that from a white background, I can transfer the hat to a new background within CS5. A family photo for instance without its BG. But if i transfer that image to powerpoint, it reappears with its white background.

In powerpoint I have a background template that is cream for instance, but all i want is the hat, and not to be able to see the white BG.

In CS5 I have saved on a transparent BG but it still appears white when pasted to PP.

What am I doing wrong?

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I'm just learning PS too , not easy is it !

Are you trying it using jpeg ?
appears only gif and png formats support transparency
so it might work if you save it in png ?
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Adobe Photoshop - Transferring images to Microsoft PowerPoint with a Transparent Background

  • Select the image in Photoshop using any of the selection tools to isolate the area
  • Choose Edit > Copy
  • File > New and change the Background Contents to Transparent Background > Click OK
  • Choose File > Save As and name the file
  • From the Format drop-down, choose PNG > Click Save.
  • Click OK to PNG Options
Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Open Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Select the slide you want to insert your image
  • Choose the Insert Tab
  • Click the Picture button in the images group
  • Select your PNG file > Click open
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