Filling A Layer With A Pattern - Photoshop CS
Step 1. You can fill an entire layer by clicking on that layer in the Layers palette. If you prefer to fill only part of the layer, select the area using one of the Marquee tools in the Toolbox.
Step 2. On the Menu bar click Edit > Fill to open the Fill dialog box.
Fill Dialog Box
Step 3. Choose Pattern from the Contents/Use drop-down list. Click on the small arrow next to Custom Pattern.
Step 4. Select a pattern from the Pattern pop-up palette.
Pattern Pop-up Palette
Step 5. Click OK to fill the area with the pattern.
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