Photoshop CS6 Basics: How to Close One or Close All Images


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Closing one image and Closing All

Presumably after you open an image, at some point you'll want to close it. So I will end this chapter by reviewing how closing works. One way to close an image is to click on the little X up on either the Title tab or in the Mac, in the Title bar. And in this case, I'm looking at the TIFF image that I modified in the previous movie. So if I close it, Photoshop will ask me if I want to save my changes. Now, I'll be reviewing how saving and file formats work in a future chapter, but for now I have the option of clicking the Yes button, this would be the Save button on the Mac in order to save my changes.

I can click the No button or click the Don't save button on the Mac to close my image without saving the changes, or I can click the Cancel button to keep my image open. Now each one of these buttons has a keyboard shortcut. In the case of the Yes button, you just have to tap the Y key. On the Mac, you just tap the S key to save. If you don't want to save your changes, y...

Closing one image and Closing All
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Closing one image and Closing All provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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