Arrange documents Photoshop CS6


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Arranging documents

As you work on different projects, it can be helpful to see more than one image at a time in Photoshop. Now obviously I can click on the different tabs here, but I can only see one image at a time when I'm looking at them in this view. I'll select Window > Arrange and I can tile all vertically or horizontally, or I can specify exactly how I want them laid out using these other options. Because I only have three images open, I don't get the options for 4-up or 6-up. Let's go ahead and select the 3-up vertically. Now I can see all three of my images at one time.

If I select another image by clicking on the tab, I can then return to seeing just this one image by selecting Window > Arrange and then Consolidate to Tabs. Now, I probably do this at least 50 times a day, so what I would do is I would go under the Edit menu, come down to my Keyboard Shortcuts. Under the Shortcuts For my Application menus, I would scroll down and find the Window menu, scroll down a little bit...

Arranging documents
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Arranging documents provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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