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
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
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.
Goal Seek in Excel: Overview You can use Goal Seek in Excel when you know the result you want a formula to return, but do not know the value needed to create the desired result. Anytime you have a situation where you know the result that you need to obtain, but are unsure of
The Healing Brush Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview The Healing Brush Tool in Photoshop Elements corrects slight imperfections in an image. It does this by blending them with the pixels in the surrounding image. The Healing Brush Tool works in the same manner as the Clone Stamp tool. However, the Healing Brush Tool also
Screen Clippings in OneNote: Overview Screen clippings in OneNote let you capture an image of anything that is visible on your computer screen. You can then insert these screen clippings in OneNote into a notebook page. To insert screen clippings in OneNote, first display the content you wish to clip. Then, open the
Need more Photoshop training? Click here for the complete tutorial. The Smudge Tool When you select the “Smudge Tool” from the Toolbox and click and drag it in your image, the effect produced is similar to the effect of dragging your finger through wet paint. The tool
Photoshop has several useful tools that allow you to paint lines and color areas of the images and layers in a Photoshop file. You can use the Brush Tool and the Pencil Tool to paint and draw pixels in an image. These two tools share the same button in the Toolbox. You can access the