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    hello to all I am being new this forum.
    sorry if this is the already asked question, canno't find the answer elsewhere.

    ok the question is, i am needing to apply noise to a selection in Photoshop 7.0 and then for fading it through 100 opacity and apply multiply. in PS 5.5 is no problem for doing, and acheive effect of not is lightening dark areas but only to apply the noise in light areas.

    ok, so where is Fade filters>Noise now is found in 7.0?

    thank you,

  • #2
    Fade noise is under the edit menu, or hit ctrl-shift-f
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    • #3
      thank you Doug!


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