Using the workspace changes


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Using the workspace changes

The Workspace menu in the Application Bar has been replaced in Photoshop CS5 by this Workspace Switcher, which is more like the switcher in Bridge and other programs. You can use this Workspace Switcher, to quickly switch between combinations of panel locations, menus and sets of keyboard shortcuts, just like you could with the Workspace menu. But there are some new aspects to the Workspace Switcher. For one thing, it comes with new preset task-based Workspaces. The default Workspace is this Essentials Workspace and you can see the panel setup for that workspace here.

There is a Design Workspace, a Painting Workspace, and if I click this double pointed arrow I get a drop-down menu with further workspaces for Photography, 3D, Motion and one for What's New in CS5. Another neat thing is that I can see all those workspaces up here in the Application Bar rather than having to use that drop-down menu, by going to these double lines and clicking and dragging there to bring those other works...

Using the workspace changes
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Using the workspace changes provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop CS5 New Features

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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