By Crystal McCullough | Monday, July 20, 2009
Layer comps let you assemble multiple image variations or even independent pieces of artwork inside a single Adobe Photoshop file. The Layer Comps palette gives you the freedom to save and compare saved versions of a document within the same file, rather than having to create different documents in order to manage a variety of designs.
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