Now we are going to check out the Clone Tool. Basically what this does is that it copies an original image and then instead of directly pasting it some where else it allows us to use a brush to paint the original somewhere else. That gives us a lot more control over what is copied and pasted.
I have created another short Flash Demo for the Clone Tool. Click on more to view the flash demo and to view more technical details about the clone tool.
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