Customize interface preferences Photoshop CS6


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Customizing interface preferences

Here, we're going to take a look at a few important interface preferences. We'll explore how we can customize the way that Photoshop appears. Yet before we navigate to our Preferences panel, what I want to do is take a look at three different screen modes that we have in Photoshop, because we'll be looking at later how we can customize these different modes. In order to access the different screen modes, you can navigate to your View pulldown menu. About halfway down you'll see an option for Screen mode. Here, we either have Standard, Full Screen With a menu Bar, or Full Screen where we just going to view the image itself.

Now we can navigate to the different screen modes by simply clicking on one of these menu items, or we can use a few helpful shortcuts. If you just click out of that menu for a moment, what you can do is press the F key to move forward through the different screen modes. Or you can press Shift+F to move backwards. Let's try these out. If I press F, yo...

Customizing interface preferences
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Customizing interface preferences provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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