I HAVE A PIC OF A MOTORCYCLE ON FIRE WITH A BLACK BACKGROUND MY CUSTOMER ONLY WANTS THE BIKE TO PRINT HOW DO I REMOVE THE BACKGROUND WITH CORELDRAW GRAPHICS SUITE 12.THANKS
One way is open the file using Photo Paint, create an object from the background, create a mask around the bike with fire, cut from original, create a new file, paste as a new object.
You could also use the image cutout lab.
In reply to Tom Cozzens:
WOW !!!! WISH i NEW HOW TO DO ALL THAT.
I'M NEW TO COREL CAN YOU DO A STEP BY STEP AND HELP EXPLAIN A BIT BETTER THANK YOU
In reply to smiley07:
1) stop shouting (all caps)
2) select the magic wand tool from the mask fly-out
3) click on the background
4) hit <del>
(this is assuming that the page background is 'white')
In reply to Gadget:
Sorry poor eye sight just see my words better in caps no shouting.Thanks I will try this.
Where do I find the mask flyout.Thanks
Find it here...
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