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You can move your Marquee selections as you make them in Photoshop Elements.
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Essential Photoshop Elements VIDEO TUTORIALS ON PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS with your host Rick Peterson
Rick Peterson: In this video, you will see how to move the selection as you draw it. Let say we want to select the circle inside of this logo we need the elliptical marquee tool to make a round selection. If I hold the shift key down constrains my selection to a perfect circle and in order to move it as I draw it I can press the spacebar on my keyboard, but I have to remember not to let go of the shift key or my mouse button. I have my elliptical marquee, I hold the shift key down with one hand and on that, same I hover my thumb over the spacebar but I don't press it down yet. Now I click and drag with my mouse it take my hovering thumb press down the spacebar well still holding the shift and mouse. Now as I moved my mouse it moves the selection instead of growing the selection. I'm going to take my thumb half of the spacebar it continue to hold the shift key and the mouse button and I'm hovering my thumb over the top of the spacebar and then I'll continue drawing and now I'm going to drop my thumb down on to the spacebar again and move my selection into place I can see it needs to be bigger so I release the spacebar drags more hold down the spacebar position it I must say that looks pretty good right there so now I can release all the buttons and it's in the right position where I need it. For lots more information on Photoshop elements be sure to visit my website at essential-photoshop-elements.com. Until next time, take care.