So, here's the story. . . I had recently read the tutorial on this site regarding creating an embossed signature for pictures. I messed around with it and added a sig to several shots. Today, a buddy of mine is over and I am showing him the process and my finished products. He likes and decides to try it on one of his photos (one of his better liked ones at that). The last thing I was showing him, as my phone started ringing, was how I created an action to automatically add the signature. As I walked off, he was going to play around with the process. By the time I got back he had somehow managed not only to NOT create his own signature, but for reasons I still don't fully understand he took the last thing I showed him (the action) and applied it to his photo. Wouldn't be a big issue, but once he realized what he'd done he tried to undo it by simply closing the photo. Argggghhhhh. . . . . I don't understand people who just click "OK" or "Yes" whenever a dialog box appears assuming that will fix everythig. Apparently he falls into this group, however, and just breezed right past the warnings that he was going to be saving that newly signed photo. Anyway, my signature is now firmly attached to his photo and I would like to help him remove it if possible. Is the only way by cropping or cloning? I'm thinking that's it, but wanted to defer to those of you with the PhD's in Photoshop. Any thoughts or advice would be great. Thanks in advance eeryone.