Notice the histogram, under it there are three tiny arrows, one on the left, one center andone on the right. These arrows are used to adjust the “levels” in the image. You canmanually shift them back and forth by using the cursor to select one, hold down themouse left click and sliding it where you want to go. First, let’s adjust the “white” setting.In our picture white will be easy, examine the non-necklace area, all of it is white, findthe area that looks lightest. Now, using the mouse cursor, select the left hand arrow andslide it all the way to the right. Next, use the cursor to select the right hand eye-dropper.Move the eye-dropper to the area you decided was most “white” and then click the lefthand mouse button. Just before I clicked on the left hand mouse button I captured Figure5.Figure 5: Left slider all the way right, eye-dropper is in mid lower-left quadrantOnce you click the image should reappear with the background reset to be white. SeeFigure 6.