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9.17.  Crop Image

Revision History
Revision $Revision: 1.12 $ 2006-08-01 scb

The Crop Image command crops the image to the boundary of the selection by removing any strips at the edges whose contents are all completely unselected. Areas which are partially selected (for example, by feathering) are not cropped. If there is no selection for the image, the menu entry is insensitive and grayed out.

[Note] Note

This command crops all of the image layers. To crop just the active layer, use the Crop Layer command.

9.17.1.  Activating the command

  • You can access this command on the image menu bar through Image->Crop Image.


 
 
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