Viewing and arranging documents


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Viewing and arranging documents

Here I want to begin to talk about how we can work with multiple documents inside of Photoshop. Before we do that though, I need to highlight one of our preferences, which affects how our images are brought into Photoshop. On the Mac, you can navigate to your Photoshop pulldown menu. On a PC, it's the Edit menu. And then select Preferences and Interface. Here what I want to highlight is this preference here, Open Documents as Tabs. By default, this is checked on. And a lot of people really like this preference while others prefer to have it off.

In my case, I am going to turn this preference off, just so we can talk about some of our different options in regards to working with different documents. Okay. Well, let's go ahead and click OK. Next, I am going to navigate to Bridge, and I will do so by clicking on the Bridge icon in the application bar. Now, here you can see that I have a handful of different photographs. I have a couple of portraits of two of my all-time favorite people,...

Viewing and arranging documents
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Viewing and arranging documents provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers

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