Arranging panels


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Arranging panels

The arrangement of panels in the full edit workspace is very flexible. You can rearrange the panels in different ways to fit the way that you like to work. To start, let's click the Reset panels button up here in the application bar, so that we're all on the same page. I am going to open a new panel by going to the Window menu and from there I'll choose the Undo History panel. And the Undo History panel opens here in the column of panels on the right. I will show you the Undo History panel in more detail later, but basically it allows you to step back in time, step by step, so that you can undo and see where you are.

So this is a useful panel that I always like to have open when I'm working. But it needs more room than it has right now, because as I work, I will be adding more states to this panel. So I would like to move it out of this column of panels over on the right. And I can do that with this panel or any panel by clicking on its tab and dragging out of the column. A...

Arranging panels
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Arranging panels provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training

Subject:
Photography
Software:
Photoshop Elements
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