Cycling through the screen modes


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Cycling through the screen modes

So this next power shortcut almost made the top 20 list, but it dropped off just nearly. It's the Screen Mode shortcuts, how to cycle through the different Screen Modes. I don't do it as much as I used to because of the application frame that puts the image on a gray background, like you are seeing here by default, but as you open up a document, here it is in a tab. N otice up here, it's on a neutral gray background. If I press the letter F on my keyboard, just F for Full Screen, that puts the image in a neutral gray background. You'll notice that you lose the tabs, so it takes up a little bit less screen real state to be in this mode, even if the application frame has been turned on. If I press the F key one more time, that takes me into Presentation Mode, if you will. It puts your image on a nice black background and it hides all the interface elements. If you're used to a previous version of Photoshop, you used to have to hit the Tab key in the Scree...

Cycling through the screen modes
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Cycling through the screen modes 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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