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z

Thanks, it's very useful to know. I'm going to have to remember this one.

Rebecca

Thank you for sharing this tip and website! This will save me a lot of time!!

Sam

What a cool trick... but I have such an old version of Photoshop, I don't think this function is there...

Kelsey

yep, that's pretty much one of the best tools ever.

Arlyn

Wow! It was there all this time and I didn't know! I used it right away -- it wasn't quite as easy as on the video b/c my background was not seamless, I was trying to remove ugly cabinets, etc. But it still worked better than trying to use the magic wand. Thanks so much for the tip!

Caryn

Yes thank you! I didn't know the eraser had a background eraser. This will be so handy!

Ben

More of these little tips & tricks (with video) please!

Best File Eraser Tool

Can't believe I've overlooked this option for so long. Thanks!

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