Switch and Save Workspaces


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Switching and saving workspaces

As you become more experienced in Photoshop, you'll find that you want to use different groups of panels for performing different tasks. It will be helpful to customize these panel locations and be able to save them. Now, be default, we are in the essentials workspace, but you can see that Photoshop ships with additional workspaces. For example, there's a 3D, an emotion. A painting workspace, a photography workspace and a typography workspace and we can create our own workspaces and then save them out as new workspaces.

So let's do that. I'm just going to arrange my panels in the way that I prefer to work with them when I am doing my compositing. Since I use the color picker I don't need my color and swatches panels to take up space, so I'll use the context instead of menus and close this tab group. On the Mac I would hold the Ctrl key and click on the tab. On Windows it's a right mouse click. I also don't need my adjustments or my styles sho...

Switching and saving workspaces
Video duration: 3m 45s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Switching and saving workspaces provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training (2013)

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Photography
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Photoshop
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