Tools > Gradient > Gradient Transparency
Gradient Transparency
The Gradient Transparency command allows you to create a gradient which fades the image to transparency.
1. Do one of the following:
 Choose Tools > Gradient > Gradient Transparency
 Click the Gradient Transparency button on the toolbar
2. Use the following options:
 Angle
Sets the rotation angle for a linear gradient.

Min = 0, Max = 360, Default = 0.
 Type
This option allows you to select the type of gradient, Linear, Bi-linear, Radial or Square. A Linear and Bi-linear gradient is defined along a line specified by the width of the image and the direction of the gradient. A Radial or Square gradient is defined from the center to the boundary of the image.
 Left
Use this option to select the left and right opacity for a linear gradient. Select the center and edge opacity for a radial gradient. Opacity is the opposite of transparency. If something has an opacity value of 100%, that means it’s completely visible. An opacity value of 0% indicates that an object is completely transparent.
Min = 0, Max = 100, Default = 100.
 Right
Use this option to select the left and right opacity for a linear gradient. Select the center and edge opacity for a radial gradient. Opacity is the opposite of transparency. If something has an opacity value of 100%, that means it’s completely visible. An opacity value of 0% indicates that an object is completely transparent.
Min = 0, Max = 100, Default = 0.
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