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Posted on 2004-08-24
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I have a picture on one layer and a rectangle object on anther I want to use the rectangle as my mask. In other words have the picture show up behind the rectangle but with in the rectangles boarders.

I have Photoshop CS
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Have the picture layer above the rectangle layer, then select the picture layer, and then press Ctrl+G Or go to Layer>Create Clipping Mask (toolbar menu)
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