Do one of the following:
• (Photoshop) In the Layers palette, enter a value in the Fill Opacity text box or drag the Fill Opacity pop-up slider.
• (Photoshop) Double-click a layer thumbnail, choose Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options, or choose Blending Options from the Layers palette menu. Enter a value in the Fill Opacity text box.
Note: To view blending options for a text layer in Photoshop, choose Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options, or choose Blending Options from the Layers palette menu.
• (ImageReady) Choose Window > Layer Options/Style, and enter a value in the Fill Opacity text box. If the Fill Opacity text box is not showing, choose Show Options from the Layer Options palette menu or click the Show Options button ^ on the palette's tab.
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