Working with panels


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Working with panels

Like most Adobe applications, Photoshop has panels. And here is the good news. If you learn how to work with panels in one application, many times what you learn can be transferred to other applications as well. Let's begin to take a look at these panels inside of Photoshop. Over here on the right-hand side you will notice that these panels are grouped together. You will also notice that there are different tabs or names for the panels. In order to select one, all that you need to do is to single click on the panel tab.

Now, we can also expand or collapse an entire panel group by double-clicking on one of the panel tab names. Let me show you what I mean. I will go ahead and double-click here. That will collapse Masks and Adjustments. Double-click again. It will reopen it. And we can do this with any of these, so that we can then perhaps open up more space for one of the panels that we use more often. Say, for example, layers. All right. Well, let's double-click these to bring this ba...

Working with panels
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Working with panels provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers

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Photography
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Photoshop
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