The Magic Eraser Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can use the Magic Eraser Tool in Photoshop Elements to change similar pixels throughout an image. If you use this tool in the background layer or in a layer with locked transparency where you cannot edit the transparent pixels, the pixels will change to the
Smart Brush Tools in Photoshop Elements: Overview The Smart Brush tools in Photoshop Elements let you apply a wide range of effects. You selectively apply the effects by brushing across your image. There are 50 preset effects from which to choose. There are effects for adjusting color and tone, creating effects, and touching up
The Refine Selection Brush Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview The Refine Selection Brush Tool in Photoshop Elements is a selection tool. It helps you to refine the edges of selections you have made. It lets you add pixels to, or remove pixels from, an existing selection by automatically detecting
Crop Images in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can crop images in Photoshop Elements to trim away unnecessary parts of an image. Doing this enhances the image’s composition of an image. You can crop images in Photoshop Elements by using the “Crop Tool” in the Toolbox. This tool has the most cropping options available.
Print Images in Photoshop Elements: Overview This lesson shows you how to print images in Photoshop Elements. To print images in Photoshop Elements to your default printer, select “File| Print…” from the Menu Bar. You can select this command in either the “Photo Editor” or the “Organizer” window. Doing this then launches the “Print”
The Smudge Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview When you select the Smudge Tool in Photoshop Elements and click and drag it in an image, it produces an effect similar to the effect of dragging your finger through wet paint. The Smudge Tool in Photoshop Elements picks up the color of the place at which
Format a PivotTable in Excel: Overview You can apply preset styles to format a PivotTable in Excel. To format a PivotTable in Excel, click into any cell in the PivotTable. Then click the “Design” tab of the “PivotTable Tools” contextual tab within the Ribbon. Then click the desired style to apply from the listing
Timeline Options in Excel: Overview This lesson shows you how to set timeline options in Excel. After inserting a timeline, an “Options” tab within a new “Timeline Tools” contextual tab then appears in the Ribbon. This tab appears in the Ribbon any time you select the timeline within the worksheet. You use the buttons