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Go to the layer properties for the Tiff image, under symbology tab check the Display Background Value and change the value to 255 255 255, under "display as" select no color
Thank you so much.
This was great information, and it solved the entire problem.
In fact, I experimented a bit, and I learned that I did not even have to go through the effort of clearing out the white background by means of Photoshop when I did what you advised. Applying the steps that you explained eliminated the white background even when it existed in the original TIFF file.
Thanks again. Great work.
I had a similar situation, I wanted a white background. I went to Properties, Symbology and checked the Invert box. Now, I have a white background, but I zoom in, the image is black. It works.