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Okay, so now you know what Photoshop can do. Back to my ocean analogy, now have to strap on the tanks and play with the gauges, and all that junk. But the good news is you don't have to run through a cumbersome checklist every time you go out for a dive, just this once. That's it. In this chapter, I'll walk you through the Preferences, and we'll get things set up for maximum impact and performance. And I think you'll think it's kind of fun. There's some good stuff here. Best part, we'll do it together, one-on-one. I don't mean to oversell the concept, but this is our chance to mind-meld.
From this point on, there won't be a thing I tell you that you won't think, yeah, I get it.
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