In Pictures: How to Clean and Retouch Old Photos with Paint Shop Pro

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4. Select the Clone brush from the vertical toolbar and adjust the brush size to suit your work area. This will depend on the size and resolution of your picture. A good tip is to set the Opacity on the Clone brush to 50 per cent as this will have a relatively gentle effect and will make it easier to blend the cloned area to the original.

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