Customize panels Photoshop Elements 10


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Customizing panels

The panels over on the right side of the screen contain important features that you'll use when you're editing in the Full Photo Edit workspace. But because panels take up so much space on your screen, they're not all open by default. So here's how to open, close, and arrange panels, so that you have access to just the panels you need for a particular task. There's a list of all the available panels under the Window menu at the top of the screen, in this section starting with Adjustments and going down to Undo History. When I'm editing a photo, I like to have four panels open: the Undo History panel, the Layers panel, the Histogram panel, and the Adjustments panel.

We'll be talking about these panels in more detail later in the course. For now, I just want to show you how you can open and arrange these panels in a limited space available on your screen. I'm going to close out of this menu, and let's take a look at which panels are opened by default. Firs...

Customizing panels
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Customizing panels provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 10 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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