Configuring the Photoshop interface


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Configuring the Photoshop interface

When you launch Adobe Photoshop CS6 for the first time you'll see something like this, minus the cow staring at you of course. This is the default layout for Photoshop, and for some users I'm sure it works just fine, but in my mind it's not an ideal setup. For example, I rarely use the color panel or the swatches panel. I don't typically use the History panel and I don't use Styles all that often, either. And so, there's a lot of panels here that I don't really need, I don't need to have access to, and they're just taking up space.

So I like to create a little bit more organized set up, something that makes more sense for my workflow. Let me show you how we can clean up this panel configuration in Photoshop. Any of the panels that are currently visible that you don't want you can drag out into an open space. Just grab the tab and drag it out into an open area within the interface here, and then click the Close button. I'll repeat...

Configuring the Photoshop interface
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Configuring the Photoshop interface provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Image Optimization Workshop

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