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Freehand tool

Freehand tool

Freehand tool

(OP)
I open a pic... use freehand  to  select a piece of the pic
I open another window  and try to move the piece  into the new  window
it moves out of the pic  but does nt go into the new window
it goes behind it .

it was easy in photo shop  Id use the magnetic lasoo and  
get things into a new window no probs..,,
 
 there must be a way in psp      !

thanks for help

RE: Freehand tool

Copy then Paste?  Dragging from one window to another is sadly not supported in PSP.



 

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