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Photoshop CS4 offers an abundance of helpful shortcuts and hidden tricks that allow designers and photographers to get more done in less time. In Photoshop CS4 Power Shortcuts, Michael Ninness reveals hundreds of tips to boost productivity, including the top 20 power shortcuts every Photoshop user must know. He covers strategies for better document and panel management, and offers techniques for becoming quicker and more nimble when using layers, adjustment layers, and layer masks. Exercise files accompany the course.
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So if you know about the reapply the last filter you used, that's Command+F or Ctrl+F. Let's go ahead and do that. The last filter I ran was Gaussian Blur. So Command+F would reapply that, or Ctrl+F, okay. I am going to undo that, Command+Z. There is a variant of that, the make better key, right. Hold down the Option key or Alt and add that to Command+F. So Command+Option+F or Ctrl+Alt+F will reopen the last filter you used, which is a way to just pop in a different number. So if you think 5 is too small, you can do 10 for the Gaussian Blur, since that was the last filter I ran. Click OK. And there you have it. You can reapply or reopen the last filter you've used.
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