Opening files from Mini Bridge


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Opening files from Mini Bridge

So it turns out there is actually three different ways to open files in to Photoshop, the first one is that File Open Command. File Open, there is Browse in Bridge which takes you out of Photoshop to Adobe Bridge. And then there's a new way to do this in Photoshop CS5 called Mini Bridge. So if we take a look in the Application Bar up here in the top. There is the Big Bridge button, and if you click that, it switches you over to Adobe Bridge. And to the right of that is the new Mini Bridge icon, and if I click that button that launches Mini Bridge as a panel. Now Mini Bridge is basically just the file browsing capabilities of the Big Bridge, and a panel that can be floated and resized and repositioned and put any where you want on your screen.

Or even move to a second monitor if you want. And it allows you to do file browsing without actually having to switch outside of Photoshop. This is what it looks like the first time you open it. It's got a Browse Files button. I'll go ahead...

Opening files from Mini Bridge
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Opening files from Mini 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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