Opening files from Adobe Bridge


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Opening files from Adobe Bridge

So the standard way of opening a file in Photoshop is to use just the regular old "File > Open" menu command and that just brings up your regular operating system Open dialog. And of course you'd navigate to in the directory or folder that you are trying to find your images in. That's fine, it works. It's great. There is actually I think a much more visual way to open the images or find the images that you want to open. That's of course to use Adobe Bridge. So rather than File > Open, you'll see there is a "File > Browser in Bridge" command. If you're a keyboard shortcut junkie you can see Command+O or Ctrl+O on Windows. This is for standard Open keyboard shortcut.

And then there is a variant of that Command+ Option+O or Ctrl+Alt+O to Browse in Bridge. If I go ahead and choose that menu command instead, that will switch you to a different application called Adobe Bridge. So there's one disadvantage there that it is a separate App, but ...

Opening files from Adobe Bridge
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Opening files from Adobe Bridge provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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