Changing the orientation of guides


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Changing the orientation of guides

There is a lot to be said for the interface in Photoshop, the tabbed panels and the docking panels and whatnot. But every once in a while, the way this interface is laid out can get in your way, when you are dealing with Ruler Guides and Rulers and whatnot. So let's turn on rulers. So I'm going to Command+R or Ctrl+R, and you can see there they are and I can see my rulers just fine. That's because my document is not set to the Full Screen Mode. I'm seeing my rulers inside the document window. If I were to float this window, I'll go to the Arrange Documents widget here and just say Float All in Windows. Then you can see the guide; the rulers are drawn inside the document window.

However, if I put my document in the Full Screen Mode, I'll just press the letter F for that. I tend to work in this mode probably 90% of the time because it maximizes my screen real estate and then I can pan the image around inside the window, just holding on the Spacebar to do that. But ...

Changing the orientation of guides
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Changing the orientation of guides provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS4 Power Shortcuts

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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