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Thread: Photo shop pro's AGAIN (need help)

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    Default Photo shop pro's AGAIN (need help)

    Hi again,

    quick question-

    I have made a logo in Photoshop and I want to save it so as the parts that aren't the actual logo are TRANSPARENT.
    Its so i can move it around, paste on pages etc etc and you won't see a big square box.

    I think you should get what i mean so-

    It's to move onto a website i've been creating so i can only use JPeg filoes and Giff files.


    Thanks in advance

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    Try this, go to File->Save for Web and when the large window opens, use the Gif settings and make sure the Transparency box is ticked. From the drop down arrow underneath it, select Diffusion Transparency Dither. Then click on the Colour Table tab to see the colours used in your logo, click on the colour you wish to make transparent and then click on the Maps Selected Colours to Transparent which is a little icon underneath the colour table (second in from the left beside a number representing the number of colours in your image (16 or 32 or 64 etc.) When done click on the Save button at the top right hand of the window.

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    Thanks mate, much appreciated for the effort return reply

    I worked it out through what you said, in a round about way

    Cheers

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