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chrismccoy says

i bought a fully editable psd from graphicriver, its a set of badges, each badge is in a layer, how can i edit the layer (the text) then convert it into a single image.

i know how to edit the text via the layer panel, just dont know how to make it into a new item, without all the other items in the psd.

any help is greatful :)

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Landonw says

You’d need to remove the other layers. Just CTRL +SHIFT+LMB all of the layers and then CTRL +LMB the layer you want to keep, then press delete.

To merge all layers, go to Layers -> Flatten Image.

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chrismccoy says
LandonWilson said
You’d need to remove the other layers. Just CTRL +SHIFT+LMB all of the layers and then CTRL +LMB the layer you want to keep, then press delete. To merge all layers, go to Layers -> Flatten Image.

thanks, but didnt seem to work for me.

what does LMB mean?

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kimonoThemes says

You could select the badge you want to export with the marquee tool (“m” key shortcut I think). And then CMD + SHIFT + C (CTRL + SHIFT + C should work on Window) to copy all layers. Create a new document and paste it.

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theAlThemist says

Or just right-click on the layer (or group of layers) > Duplicate layer(group) > Desitnation > New document. :)

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crozer says

.. or just hit me up via my profile page and I’ll be happy to help you out.

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kimonoThemes says
Koev said
Or just right-click on the layer (or group of layers) > Duplicate layer(group) > Desitnation > New document. :)

Awesome, I didn’t know that. Thanks for the tips! :)

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