Question about Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC
When you first open a picture file (particularly an image file you got from the web) it might be locked. Check on the Layers palette to see if you see a padlock symbol like this:
If the file is locked it is because it is in "Index color mode" and you need to change it to RGB.
On the menu bar, go to Image > Mode > RGB.
Your image will still be locked, however, now you can use the Layers palette again to make a duplicate of your image. Click, drag and drop your "Background" layer to the Create New Layer button, like this:
Now you will have two layers: Background (Locked) and Background Copy (not locked). You can drag and drop the locked layer to the trash can if you want to (you don't need it anymore).
You should now be able to edit the new Background Copy layer freely.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
See if adobe photoshop was installed correctly. Reinstalling may work.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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