1. Select the part of the image you want to fill.
  2. Choose Edit > Fill.
    On the Background layer, press Delete or Backspace to quickly access the Fill dialog box.
  3. From the Use menu, select one of the following:
    Seamlessly fills the selection with similar image content nearby. For the best results, create a selection that extends slightly into the area you want to replicate. (A quick lasso or marquee selection is often sufficient.)

    Content-aware fills randomly synthesize similar image content. If you don’t like your original results, choose Edit > Undo, and apply another Content-aware fill.
    Click the inverted arrow next to the pattern sample, and select a pattern from the pop‑up panel. You can load additional patterns using the pop‑up panel menu. Select the name of a library of patterns, or choose Load Patterns and navigate to the folder containing the patterns you want to use.

    Note: If Pattern is dimmed, you need to load a pattern library prior to making a selection. (See Manage pattern libraries and presets.)
    Restores the selected area to the source state or snapshot set in the History panel.

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