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Creating magazine with inDesign workflow features
2008-04-04 15:55:00
Adobe inDesign is a powerful page layout program with many features. It's possible to use inDesign to do everything from creating a business card or a magazine to professional graphic designers. Whether if you're new to page layout software or you're switching from QuarkXPress or PageMaker to inDesign you can use this tutorial to learn how to creating magazine or page layout with inDesign workflow features and many palettes. with this video tutorial.   With inDesign you can to be a professional graphic designers because graphic designers around the world are using inDesign to produce all types of print and electronic publications.  
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How to Preview Color Separations and Export Documents as PDF with Indesign
2008-03-26 12:25:00
Adobe InDesign is a powerful page layout program renowned for its ease of use, precision, and integration with other applications in the Adobe Creative Suite. Hallmark features of InDesign include professional type and graphics handling, drawing tools, transparency, and reliable print and PDF output. With powerful creative tools and flexible workflow features at their fingertips, graphic designers around the globe are using InDesign to produce all types of print and electronic publications. From magazines, books, and newsletters to posters, CD covers, and bumper stickers, many of the publications you see are produced with InDesignoften in concert with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. As you work on a publication, you'll probably print several proofs to one or more desktop printers before the publication is completed. After you've added the final touches and the publication is ready for final output, you or your print service provider will print the finished document, probabl...
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Working InDesign with Photoshop Graphics
2008-01-28 13:41:00
While the InDesign interface has more in common with Illustrator than Photoshop , InDesign and  Photoshop are also tightly integrated. You can import native Photoshop (.psd) files into InDesign layouts, as well as other Photoshop-generated bitmap graphics, such as TIFF, JPEG, and DCS. InDesign's support of native Photoshop files also includes several features that let you control how images are displayed and printed. Show/Hide Layers and Layer Comps When you import a Photoshop file that includes layers or layer comps, you can control the visibility of both within InDesign. Choose File > Place. Check Show Import Options in the Place dialog box, then click Open. Display the Layers panel and make sure Show Preview is checked. To achieve the result you want, do one of the following: Choose a layer comp from the Layer Comp menu. When you import a Photoshop file that includes layers or layer comps, you can use the controls in the Layers panel of the Image Import Options dialog...
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How to fill Pattern into your picture
2007-12-09 20:07:00
Pattern is a Fill Layer group on Layer Palette can made difference to your picture. You can create a new Pattern witch yourself below. Can I create a new Pattern. 1. Create a new document with 100*100 pixels and change Background Contents to Transparent. 2. Click on Rectangular Marquee Tool and made selection on your document. fill color you want. 3. Choose menu Edit > Define Pattern for save your Pattern. Finnish!  How to fill Pattern into my picture. It’s easy to use your Pattern. 1. Open picture file your want. 2. Choose Pattern Fill on Layer Palette. On new dialog box choose your new Pattern from your cerated and adjust scale to 5%. Click on OK button. 3. On Layer Palette work on Pattern Fill layer change Opacity to 35%. The Result. If you have any question or doubt please let’s me know by comment this tutorial I’ll respond you quickly.
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Creating Blood Text
2007-12-07 20:14:00
Here we will writing some text...in blood! To start off we need a good place for our blood to spill, how about a wooden table? I used the texture below. Next we need to make our text. Above your wooden table layer, create a new layer and fill in with white. Next use your text tool to write your words. Try to pick a rounded-font, and choose a weight of "bold." After you have written everything you want, rasterize your text by right clicking on your text with the text tool and choosing "rasterize type." Merge your text layer with the white layer below it by pressing Ctrl+E. Next take out your brush tool. Choose a style that has very little blur, and use it to make some random black blotches around your text. Blur your layer by choosing Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur. Now we are going to play with the levels a bit to remove the blur, afterwards we will have a much more rounded text. Choose Image > Adjust > Levels. Adjust the bars until you have something similar to m...
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Photoshop Hair Salon ^^
2007-12-06 22:19:00
This is the final output. As you can see, there are two different colors on the hair-Green and Red.         ;      &nbs p;      &nb sp;      &n bsp;      & nbsp;       Changing Hair Color-Final Output 1) Choose a good image               ;      &nbs p;      &nb sp;      &n bsp;      & nbsp; Good Hair Image2) Choose the Pen Tool  to select a particular area of hair. After that press Ctrl + Enter to make selection.     & nbsp;               ;      &nbs p;      &nb sp;   &nbs...
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Create a Christmas Tree with Photoshop
2007-12-03 14:23:00
With Christmas coming, I thought it would be cool to create a tree that has blinking lights on it. This will be a simple Christmas tree without a lot of texturing. Begin by creating a new document 240 X 400 pixels. Next we will create a few new layers. Select Layer/New/Layer and name it "Trunk". Repeat this process creating a "Tree " Layer and one that is called "Blue Lights". Later we will also create layers for yellow and red lights, but we will duplicate the blue layer to save time. The layer order is important. At this point your layer stack should look like this. Making sure that the Tree layer is highlighted, select the Custom Shape Tool (Hot key U). Then choose the triangle shape from the Custom Shape Picker. If you don't see a triangle, use the drop down menu and select "All". Also make sure that your paths button is selected. Now drag your mouse until you get a triangle with a Christmas tree looking shape to it. It is best to drag from the bottom left or right so that ...
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Using Brush Tool to Sketch with Illustrator CS3
2007-12-03 04:59:00
Illustrator CS3 brushes let you apply artwork to paths to decorate them with patterns, figures, textures, or angled strokes. You can modify the brushes provided with Illustrator, and you can create your own brushes. Brush es appear in the Brushes panel. You apply brushes to paths using the Paintbrush tool or the drawing tools. To apply brushes using the Paintbrush tool, you choose a brush from the Brushes panel and draw in the artwork. The brush is applied directly to the paths as you draw. To apply brushes using a drawing tool, you draw in the artwork, select a path in the artwork, and then choose a brush in the Brushes panel. The brush is applied to the selected path. You can change the color, size, and other features of a brush. You can also edit paths after brushes are applied. In this tutorial, you'll learn to use Brush Tool to Sketch from this video.
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Eye Candy, Adobe Photoshop Plug-in
2007-07-11 20:34:00
Eye Candy is the top of photoshop plug-in, you can install after main program. Today i'll show you how to install Eye Candy plug-in. How to install plug-in After double click install file you’ll see welcome screen.Click Next button. Read the license agreement and click Accept button. Enter the Name and Product Registration Code in fill from.Click Next button. Browse the file list and open your directory plug-in folder (C:Program FileAdobe Adobe Photoshop Plug-ins). Click OK button.Waiting for installing. When installation has been completed. Click the Finish button to exit. How to use plug-in When you want to use Eye Candy Plug-in, you can choose Filter and select Alien Skin Eye Candy from drop-drown menu. You can download demo Alien Skin Eye Candy from: www.alienskin.com
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Painting with gradients and patterns
2007-07-01 05:10:00
In addition to process and spot colors, the Swatches panel can also contain pattern and gradient swatches. Adobe Illustrator CS3 provides sample swatches of each type in the default panel and lets you create your own patterns and gradients. Click on the buttons at the bottom of the panel to see all swatches or specific types of swatches. Choose Window > Workspace > [Panel]. Choose Select > Deselect. Choose Window > Gradient if your Gradient panel is not visible. Choose Show Options from the panel menu. Click once below the gradient slider at the bottom of the panel to make the color stops visible. The Gradient Ramp with a color stop at either end.You can create your own gradient by activating the color stops on the gradient slider, or by dragging existing swatches directly on top of the existing gradient color stops. In the Swatches panel, click and hold down on the color Dark Orange, don't release. Then drag the swatch on top of the black color stop on the right side...
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Editing Live Paint regions
2007-07-01 04:58:00
Once you've made a Live Paint group, each path remains fully editable. When you move or adjust a path's shape, the colors that had been previously applied don't just stay where they were, like they do in natural media paintings or image editing programs. Instead, Illustrator automatically reapplies them to the new regions that are formed by the edited paths. To experience this feature further, create a blank new file on which you will create a simple illustration. Using File > New, create a new letter-sized document. Leave at the default settings, and choose OK. On the blank document, use the Ellipse tool to create a circle anywhere on the artboard. The size of the circle shape is not important. Using the Selection tool, hold down the Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) key to clone the circle shape, drag it so the duplicated circle is overlapping the initial circle shape. Choose Select > All. Choose None from Fill in the Control panel, and then choose None from Stroke co...
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Applying the pattern in Illustrator CS3
2007-07-01 04:35:00
With the Selection tool, select the red rectangle beneath the "Aquo Life" text in the poster. You can assign the pattern using a number of different methods. In this instance you will use the Swatches panel to apply the pattern. You could also apply the pattern using the Fill color in the Control panel. Click on the Fill box in the Tools panel, then in the Swatches panel, click on the dots pattern swatch you created. The pattern is applied to the fill of the red rectangle. Select the rounded rectangle used to create the pattern (off the right edge of the artboard), and press Delete, as you will no longer need the original. Using the Selection tool, select the red rectangle and choose 2 pt from the Stroke Weight menu in the Control panel. Click the Stroke color in the Control panel and choose CMYK Red from the Swatches panel. Click the word Stroke in the Control panel and change the stroke to apply to the inside of the path. Choose File > Save.The result. Editing the pattern Perha...
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Creating your own pattern in Illustrator CS3
2007-07-01 04:27:00
In this tutorial you will create your own custom pattern and add it to the Swatches panel. You will then discover how to edit an existing pattern and update it in the Swatches panel. If your Swatches panel is not visible, choose Window > Swatches. For this section, you will assign colors using the Tools panel. Click the Fill box at the bottom of the Tools panel to make sure it is forward. It does not matter if it shows the last used color. Make sure Fill box is selected before applying color. With the Fill box selected, choose the CMYK Red swatch from the Swatches panel. Press the "X" key to swap the Fill and Stroke in the Tools panel. When the Stroke box is selected, choose None by clicking the None button at the bottom of the Tools panel. In the Tools panel, click on the Rectangle tool, hold down the mouse button to view the hidden tools, and then select the Rounded Rectangle tool. Click once off of the right edge of the Artboard (do not click and drag!). In the Rounded Rectan...
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Saving a Selection as a Mask
2007-07-01 03:12:00
Quick masks are temporary. They disappear as soon as you deselect. However, you can save a selection as an alpha-channel mask so that your time-consuming work won't be lost, and you can reuse the selection in this work session or a later one. You can even use alpha channels in other Photoshop image files. To avoid confusing channels and layers, think of channels as containing an image's color and selection information; think of layers as containing painting and effects. With the (Standard mode) statue selection still active in the image window, click the Save Selection As Channel button at the bottom of the Channels palette.A new channel, Alpha 1, appears at the bottom of the Channels palette. Double-click the Alpha 1 channel, type Statue to rename it, and press Enter or Return.When you select the channel, Photoshop displays a black-and-white representation of the selection in the image window, and it hides all the color channels. Choose Select > Deselect to deselect the stat...
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Changing font size
2007-06-29 07:48:00
Changing font size If the text is not active, use the Type toolto insert the cursor in the text area and choose Select > All. In the Control panel, choose a preset size from the Font Size pop-up menu, or click and drag over the present size and enter a value in points. If the font size is not 12, choose 12 now. Changing the font size in the Control panel. Changing font color In this next section, you'll change the font color; you can change both the fill and/or the stroke of selected text. In this example you will change the fill. Click and drag to select the first paragraph in the text area, or click three times. Click the Fill color in the Control panel. When the Swatches panel appears choose White. The text fill changes to white. While you still have the first line of text selected, change the font size by selecting 14 from the Font size pop-up menu in the Control panel. Change the font style for the selected text by selecting the Font Style pop-up menu in the Control pane...
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Changing text attributes
2007-06-29 07:41:00
In this section, you'll discover how to change text attributes, such as size, font, and style. Fortunately, with this version most attributes can be changed quickly and easily in the Control panel. With new project, select the Type tool and insert the cursor anywhere in the text area created earlier. Choose Select > All, or Ctrl+A (Windows) or Command+A (Mac OS). All text becomes selected. In this next section, you will discover two different methods for font selection, both using the Control panel. Chan g e the font of selected text from the Font menu in the Control panel. Click the arrow to the right of the menu and scroll until you find the font Times, or Times New Roman. Choose fonts using the Control panel. With the text still selected, choose from the menu items Type > Font to see the font display to the right of the font name. This may take a little more time because of the display, but scroll to change the selected font to Arial Regular or Helvetica. This next me...
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Working with overflow text and text reflow
2007-06-29 07:30:00
Each area type object contains an in port and an out port, which enable you to link to other objects and create a linked copy of the type object. An empty port indicates that all the text is visible and that the object isn't linked or overflowing. A red plus sign in an out port indicates that the object contains additional text. This remaining unseen text is called overflow text.Note that since the text area created is too small, there is a plus sign in the out port. There are two main methods for remedying overflow text. Thread the text to another text area. Re-size the text area. Threading text Thread, or connect, one text area to another to create a dynamic connection between the areas by following these steps: Use the Selection tool to select the type area. With the Selection tool, click the out port of the selected type area. The cursor changes to the loaded text icon. Click and drag on an empty part of the artboard.Click on the out port of the overflowed text area. Click a...
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Understanding text flow
2007-06-29 07:19:00
For this next section, create a new blank document in addition. The purpose is to find out more details about flowing text in Adobe Illustrator CS3. Choose File > New. In the Document Setup, choose Inches for Units, and keep other defaults the same. Click OK. Create a fixed type area by selecting the Rectangle tool and clicking once on the page...do not click and drag! The Rectangle dialog window appears. Type 2 inches into both the Width and Height text fields. Click OK. A square appears. It may have a fill or stroke color. Both fill and stroke will change to None when the shape is converted into a type area.Setting the dimensionsResult Select the Type tool and cross it over the edge of the square. The text insertion point swells, or becomes curved, indicating that when you click, the text cursor will appear inside this shape.The text insertion point when crossed over an edge of a shapeResult The text cursor is inside the shape, strokes and fills are changed to none With the cu...
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Creating text outlines
2007-06-29 02:55:00
When creating artwork for multiple purposes, it is wise to create outlines of text so the recipient doesn't need your fonts to create, open, and use the file correctly. Note that you will want to keep an original of your artwork, as you cannot change outline text back to editable text. Select the Type tool. Click off to the left in the scratch area (away from the poster art). Type WALK! RUN! DANCE! Double-click the Rotate tool. The Rotate Options window appears, type 90. Click OK. The text is rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise.Rotate text 90 degrees. With the Selection tool, position the text so it is in the lower left corner of the poster art. Select the Selection tool. While holding down the Shift key, click and drag the upper right handle of the text's bounding box. This enlarges the text proportionally to the height of the poster. With the Selection tool, Shift-click to select the world and the Sammy's World text. Choose Object > Arrange > Bring to Front.Enlarge a tex...
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Creating text on paths and shapes
2007-06-29 02:47:00
With the Type tools in Illustrator CS3, you can type on paths and on shapes. With the Selection tool, select the wavy path crossing the silhouette artwork. With the Type tool, cross the cursor over the left side of the path to see an insertion point with an intersecting wavy path. Click when this cursor appears. The stroke attributes of the stroke change to None and a cursor appears. Don't type yet. In the Font Size text field in the Control panel, type 36 and press the Enter key. Type Don't just stand there... Note that the newly typed text follows the path.Type on a path. With the Type tool, click and drag over the text you just entered (or click three times on the text). Click the Fill color in the Control panel to link to the Swatches panel. Then choose the White swatch. Now you will put text on a closed path. With the Selection tool, select the small black circle in the lower left corner of the poster. Switch to the Type tool. Holding down the Alt (Windows) or Opt (Mac OS) ...
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Reshaping text with a warping text
2007-06-26 19:40:00
Warping text is fun because it allows you to use an effect on your text to give it a more interesting shape, while also giving you the ability to edit the text and warped shape at any time. Choose Select > Deselect and select the Type tool. Before typing, change the Font in the Control panel to Myriad Pro (if it is not already selected), the Font Style to Bold and the Font Size to 85. Use the Selection tool to select the silhouette of the people and choose Object > Lock > Selection. Reselect the Type tool and then click once on the poster art slightly above the silhouette of the people. Exact placement is not important. A text cursor appears. Type the words KICK IT UP! Then select the Selection tool again and reposition the text so it is centered over the silhouette art. With the text still selected, choose Effect > Warp > Arc Upper. The Warp Options window appears. Check the Preview checkbox. The Text stays flat on the bottom and arcs only in the upper part. Us...
Illustrator CS3 Wrapping Text Around
2007-06-23 02:45:00
Wrapping text around a graphic Create interesting and creative results by wrapping text around a graphic. With the file, choose File > Open. In the Open dialog window, choose the file you want. With the Selection tool, select the on the page and choose Edit > Copy, then File > Close. Return to the file, and choose Edit > Paste. The graphic is placed on the page. Position the graphic so it is in the middle of the two columns. With the graphic still selected, click the Fill color in the Control panel. When the Swatches panel appears choose the White swatch. Using the Opacity text field in the Control panel, change the opacity to 30%. The Graphic positioned between the columns.The Graphic positioned between the columns. With the graphic still selected, choose Object > Text Wrap > Make. The text wraps around the graphic. If you still have text flowing in areas that you would rather close off, choose Object > Text Wrap > Text Wrap Options. In the Text Wrap ...
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How to Print Crop Mark - Illustrator CS3
2007-06-21 23:44:00
Selecting a printer description file The set-up for separations and other options occurs in the Print dialog box. Important: To be able to continue with this section, your computer must be connected to a PostScript printer. If you are connected to an ink-jet printer or not connected to a printer, the separation options will be dimmed in the Print dialog window. Choose File > Print. The first pop-up window labeled Print Preset is left alone at this point. First, make sure that you have a printer selected in the Printer pop-up box. If not, select a Postscript printer at this point. Select a PPD.PostScript Printer Description (PPD) files contain information about the output device, including available page sizes, resolution, available line screen (frequency) values, and the angles of the halftone screens. In the PPD pop-up window, choose Other. Navigate to the General.ppd file, located in the Lesson15 folder, inside the Lessons folder within the AICIB folder on your hard drive. Cl...
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Assign colors to your artwork
2007-06-20 22:23:00
The Assign tab of the Live Color dialog box lets you assign colors from a color group to your artwork. You can assign colors in several ways, including using a new color group chosen from the Harmony Rule menu. In this next section of the lesson, we will practice assigning new colors to the color bar and "Aquo Life" text at the bottom of the poster. Choose View > Fit in Window. Choose Select > Deselect and with the Selection tool, click and drag to select the blue bar and "Aquo Life" text at the bottom of the poster. Choose Edit > Edit Colors > Recolor Artwork to open the Live Color dialog box. From the Harmony Rule menu, choose the Complimentary harmony rule. This will pick a set of colors that is complimentary to the green color. Leave the Live Color dialog box open. Notice in the Live Color dialog box that the green color has a new green color assigned and the blue color has a new purple color assigned. The white color has no new color assigned because the complimen...
Creating a color group using Live Color
2007-06-19 18:55:00
You can create a color group in the Live Color dialog box by choosing a base color and a harmony rule. The harmony rule uses the base color as the basis for generating the colors in the color group. For example, if you choose a blue base color and the Complementary harmony rule, a color group is created using the base color, blue, and its compliment, red. Next you will create a color group from the colors you edited in the Live Color dialog box. Click on the Show Color Group Storage icon on the right side of the Live Color dialog box to show the Color Groups list. Click on the New Color Group icon to create a color group from the colors you edited. A new color group will appear in the Color Groups list. Double-click on the new color group name to open the Edit Name dialog box. Change the name of the group to Logo2 and click OK. Click on the Hide Color Group Storage icon on the right side of the Live Color dialog box to hide the Color Groups area. Click OK to close the Live Col...
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Editing color with Live Color
2007-06-19 14:25:00
Adobe Illustrator CS3 has many tools for working with color including the Color Guide panel and the Live Color feature. Use the Color Guide panel (Window > Color Guide) as a tool for color inspiration while you create your artwork. The Color Guide panel suggests harmonious colors based on the current color in the Tools panel. You can use these colors to color artwork or you can save them as swatches. In this section you will see how to edit colors using the Live Color dialog box. You will make a copy of the Aquo logo and test colors. With the Selection tool, click and drag a marquee selection around the Aquo Natural Energy logo and choose Edit > Copy, Edit > Paste. Move the copy down below the original logo and keep it selected. Choose Edit > Edit Colors > Convert to CMYK. This way the yellow PMS color in the copied logo has been converted to CMYK. Choose Edit > Edit Colors > Recolor Artwork. This will open the Live Color dialog box and allow you to edit the co...
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Adobe Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts Part 7
2007-06-17 15:46:00
Function keys Result Windows Mac OS Invoke Help F1 Help key Undo/Redo*   F1 Cut* F2 F2 Copy* F3 F3 Paste* F4 F4 Show/Hide Brushes palette* Show/Hide Slice palette§ F5 F5 Show/Hide Color palette F6 F6 Show/Hide Layers palette F7 F7 Show/Hide Info palette F8 F8 Show/Hide Actions palette* F9 Option + F9*, Control + F9§ Show/Hide Optimize palette§ F10 Control + F10 Show/Hide Animation palette§ F11 Control + F11 Revert F12 F12 Fill* Shift + F5 Shift + F5 Feather Selection* Shift + F6 Shift + F6 Inverse Selection* Shift + F7 Shift + F7 * Not in ImageReady § ImageReady only Keys for working with Adobe Bridge This is not a complete list of keyboard shortcuts. This table lists only those shortcuts that are not displayed in menu commands or tool tips. Result Windows Mac OS Open Adobe Bridge from other Creative Suite application...
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Adobe Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts Part 7
2007-06-17 15:46:00
Function keys Result Windows Mac OS Invoke Help F1 Help key Undo/Redo*   F1 Cut* F2 F2 Copy* F3 F3 Paste* F4 F4 Show/Hide Brushes palette* Show/Hide Slice palette§ F5 F5 Show/Hide Color palette F6 F6 Show/Hide Layers palette F7 F7 Show/Hide Info palette F8 F8 Show/Hide Actions palette* F9 Option + F9*, Control + F9§ Show/Hide Optimize palette§ F10 Control + F10 Show/Hide Animation palette§ F11 Control + F11 Revert F12 F12 Fill* Shift + F5 Shift + F5 Feather Selection* Shift + F6 Shift + F6 Inverse Selection* Shift + F7 Shift + F7 * Not in ImageReady § ImageReady only Keys for working with Adobe Bridge This is not a complete list of keyboard shortcuts. This table lists only those shortcuts that are not displayed in menu commands or tool tips. Result Windows Mac OS Open Adobe Bridge from other Creative Suite application...
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Adobe Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts Part 6
2007-06-17 15:44:00
Keys for using the Info palette Result Windows Mac OS Change color readout modes* Click eyedropper icon Click eyedropper icon Change measurement units* Click cross-hair icon Click cross-hair icon * Not in ImageReady Keys for using the Layer Comps palette Result Windows Mac OS Create new layer comp + box Alt-click Create New Layer Comp button Option-click Create New Layer Comp button Opens Layer Comp Options dialog box Double-click layer comp Double-click layer comp Rename inline Double-click layer comp name Double-click layer comp name Select/deselect multiple contiguous layer comps Shift-click Shift-click Select/deselect multiple discontiguous layer comps Control-click Command-click Keys for using the Layers palette Result Windows Mac OS Load layer transparency as a selection Control-click layer thumbnail Command-click layer thumbnail Group layers Control + G Command + G Ungroup lay...
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Adobe Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts Part 6
2007-06-17 15:44:00
Keys for using the Info palette Result Windows Mac OS Change color readout modes* Click eyedropper icon Click eyedropper icon Change measurement units* Click cross-hair icon Click cross-hair icon * Not in ImageReady Keys for using the Layer Comps palette Result Windows Mac OS Create new layer comp + box Alt-click Create New Layer Comp button Option-click Create New Layer Comp button Opens Layer Comp Options dialog box Double-click layer comp Double-click layer comp Rename inline Double-click layer comp name Double-click layer comp name Select/deselect multiple contiguous layer comps Shift-click Shift-click Select/deselect multiple discontiguous layer comps Control-click Command-click Keys for using the Layers palette Result Windows Mac OS Load layer transparency as a selection Control-click layer thumbnail Command-click layer thumbnail Group layers Control + G Command + G Ungroup lay...
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