1 Open both images.
2 Use the path selection tool f to select the entire path or the path components in the source image you want to copy.
3 To copy the path component, do any of the following:
• Drag the path component from the source image to the destination image. The path component is copied to the active path in the Paths palette.
• In the source image, select the path's name in the Paths palette and choose Edit > Copy to copy the path. In the destination image, choose Edit > Paste. You can also use this method to combine paths in the same image.
• To paste the path component into the center of the destination image, select the path component in the source image, and choose Edit > Copy. In the destination image, choose Edit > Paste.
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