1 Select the magic wand tool \.
2 In the options bar, specify whether to add a new selection p, add to an existing selection -j, subtract from a selection Ci, or select an area intersected by other selections c . The magic wand cursor changes depending on which option is selected.
3 For Tolerance, enter a value in pixels, ranging from 0 to 255. Enter a low value to select colors very similar to the pixel you click, or enter a higher value to select a broader range of colors.
4 To define a smooth edge, select Anti-aliased. (See "Softening the edges of a selection" on page 166.)
5 To select only adjacent areas using the same colors, select Contiguous. Otherwise, all pixels using the same colors will be selected.
6 To select colors using data from all the visible layers, select Use All Layers. Otherwise, the magic wand tool selects colors from the active layer only.
7 In the image, click the color you want to select. If Contiguous is selected, all adjacent pixels within the tolerance range are selected. Otherwise, all pixels in the tolerance range are selected.
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