Using automatic layer selection


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Using automatic layer selection

One of the major pain points for anyone who's new to Photoshop, especially for people who are used to working in programs like Illustrator or Fireworks for instance, is the fact that they can't just come out here inside of their document and click on something and move it. For instance, if I wanted to move this photograph right here, if I just click on it and try to move it, the only that moves is the layer I have selected, which is the photo on the bottom. You can see it's moving and not the one on top. So it's kind of tedious for them, because they have to come over and they have to find the layer they're looking for in the Layers panel, then come back over here, and click and drag. Well, oops! That's not the right one, so then I have to go back and find another layer and oh, that-- okay that was the one I was looking for.

Then I have to remember, okay, that's layer 2 copy 2, and that's just a real pain. Luckily there is a feature inside of Pho...

Using automatic layer selection
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Using automatic layer selection provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Justin Seeley as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Web Design (2012)

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Web
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Photoshop
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