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Change background color of a .png with elements

Posted on 2003-10-27
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Hi,

I have a .png image that was made for me.
It was made on a white background and i want to change the white to another color.
I have elements 2.0

I have fireworks as well if it's easier there.

I'd like to match the color with a web page #color.

Thanks
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Just open the PNG up, grab your paint bucket tool, select your foreground color by specifying a hex value, and click in the white. Nothing to it.
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by:macuser777
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Got the paint bucket -

- how/where do i specify a hex value?

(TOTAL photoshop noobie)
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In your foreground color swatches. Click it. In the resulting dialog is a place to specify a hex value.
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:))))

thanks!
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