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    Grr, trying to move a logo that was designed to have a white b/g

    Hi there- I see there are quite a few questions about transparency, I'm sorry but I didn't see any that apply (it could be I'm just not that smart )

    I have a JPG logo (that is the best that I can find) and I need to remove the white background from the JPG to put onto a solid dark web page. I can pull most of the white out, but the problem is with the edges- they retain that 'white-ish' tinge. I suppose I could go and manually fill the areas that look white, but I'm sure there must be a better way?

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    First, make sure you work with a format that supports transparency. Probably best to save the file as PSD to create the transparency.

    When you remove the background it sort of depends how you do it. If you use the magic wand tool, try turning anti-alias on.
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