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zillah Sam
Adobe Photoshop scan a document as text , how to make duplicate for a selected object ?
on Feb 16, 2016 at 11:19:31 pm

Dear Experts

I am adobe photoshop beginner , I scanned a document from a scanner by using adobe Photoshop CS2 v.90 via option "Import"

I used for choice (text) for the scanning because there are other two choices (photo, web)

Now when I tried to modify name, date, price ,,,,etc by selection it first , then (Ctrl+J) or (Ctrl+C) Adobe just move that selected part and it doesn't make a duplicate copy!!!

I don't want to move it I need to make duplicate copy ,then move it,,,,,,,what I am missing ?

I can do that with a .jpg file

Thanks


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Kalle Kannisto
Re: Adobe Photoshop scan a document as text , how to make duplicate for a selected object ?
on Feb 17, 2016 at 1:30:30 pm

The image is likely scanned in either bitmapped or indexed color format. Change it into grayscale image. (Or RGB, if there is color.)

Menu Image>Mode>Grayscale (or RGB)


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