The Lasso Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview The Lasso Tool in Photoshop Elements lets you draw free-form selections to make curved selections. It shares the same button in the Toolbox with the Polygonal Lasso Tool and the Magnetic Lasso Tool. Because each tool behaves differently, you will have to look at how to use each
The Stroke Command in Photoshop Elements: Overview The Stroke command in Photoshop Elements lets you paint a colored border around a selection or layer in Elements. This applies an outline to your image selection or selected layer in Photoshop Elements. To perform the Stroke command in Photoshop Elements, first make a selection to stroke
The Auto Selection Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview The Auto Selection tool in Photoshop Elements was introduced in Photoshop Elements 2018. It lets Photoshop Elements attempt to automatically select an image object by having you draw a selection shape around it. This tool will not often perfectly select the entire object, at first. However,
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
Apply Fills in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can apply fills in Photoshop Elements to fill selections and layers you create with colors, gradients and patterns. One of the most common fills is filling the currently selected background or foreground color into a selection. To do this, select the desired background and foreground colors. Then
Select Files in Windows: Overview To perform many file management activities in the File Explorer in Windows, you must first learn how to select files in Windows. You can easily open File Explorer in Windows from the Desktop by clicking the “File Explorer” button in the Taskbar at the bottom of the desktop.
Select and Copy Text and Graphics in Acrobat: Overview You can easily select and copy text and graphics in Acrobat. You can then paste the copied content into other software applications. You can also use it to create other PDF files. When you first open a PDF, the Selection tool is selected and active,