Toggling the rulers, guides and grids


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Toggling the rulers, guides and grids

One of the things that can really slow you down when you are working in Photoshop is if you have ever have to go to the View menu to turn things on like Rulers and Guides and Snapping behavior. So it's best to learn the keyboard shortcuts for that as soon as you can because it's a big drag, no pun intended, to keep going back up to that menu. So let's run through a few of these. To turn rulers on and off at the toggle, makes sense. It's Command+R, Ctrl+R. That just turns it on and off. If you want to see a guide, let's go ahead and drag out some guides just so we have some things to work with. Okay, so you are just dragging from the Ruler bar into your image of course. Pretty standard behavior in all the applications here.

If you want to see the guides turned off temporarily, then there is keyboard shortcut for that as well. Command+Colon or Command+Semi-colon, same key there. Or Ctrl+Colon on the Windows keyboard. And that's again just to toggle to turn the gui...

Toggling the rulers, guides and grids
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Toggling the rulers, guides and grids 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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