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Sure. Open the file in Photoshop and convert to RGB.
Then copy the graphic and paste into a new transparent
layer, deleting the original (background) layer. Then
use the magic wand to select the background you want
to get rid of and press delete, then select none.
Finally, Save for Web using transparency in the Save
For Web interface.
> I am almost reluctant to ask this group about a
> process I've been trying to
> figure out for a few days now. I am wondering, if
> anyone has a process
> written out on converting .bmp, .tif, .gif OR any
> kind of pictures into a
> transparent format. I know there's a process, but I
> just cannot seem to make
> find it, and I've tried and can't seem to make it
> work. I'm having trouble
> with both, color/black and white pics.
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