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Old 06-18-2006, 08:18 PM   #1
Sid Dean
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Default Photoshop - filling several selections at once

Hi, All -

I'm trying to change the color of a photo. I've used the paint bucket and gotten what I want, except there are many small spots spread throughout the picture which did not take the new color.

I know I can select all of these (or nearly all) at once using the magic wand, but is there any way I can then dump the new color on all of them at once?

(I'm going crazy hunting them down and using the paint bucket on them individually)

Thanks.

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