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Here’s how to use Magic Select in Paint 3D

The Magic Select tool from Microsoft’s Paint 3D also allows you to easily remove any background, and create your desired project without much of a learning curve.

In today’s article, we will discuss how you can use the Magic Select tool to get professional-looking results easily. Read on to find out how to do it.

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How can I use Magic Select in Paint 3D?

Laptop with flowers on desk - How to use magic select in paint 3D

1. Open Paint 3D and click the New button to create a new project.
2. Click the Menu icon found at the top-left side of your screen.
3. Choose the Insert option and select the image you want to remove the background of.
4. Click the Magic Select tool from the upper menu.
5. Drag the corners of the blue box to fit the part you want to keep from the image.
6. Click the Next button.
7. Use the Add and Remove buttons to fine-tune the selection.
8. Click Done when you’re finished to have the subject cut out and the background removed.

In this guide, we discussed what the Magic Select tool does, and also how to use it efficiently for great results.

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This post was written by Vladimir Popescu and was first posted to WindowsReport

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