Working with panels


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Working with panels

In addition to changing the name of palettes to panels in Photoshop CS4, Adobe has changed their behavior in a way that I think everyone is going to like. Let's say for example that I want to go ahead and collapse these right side panels to give myself a little more room to work on screen then I just click in this dark grey bar up here in order to collapse those panels. So we see icons and names and I could just see the icons without the names by dragging this divider line over to the right and then if I wanted to see any given panel I could just click on its icon. If I want to expand all the panels once again, then I would click in the dark grey bar.

Now all that I just showed you that is just the same as the behavior inside Photoshop CS3. But here is where things start getting different. I will bring up a few other panels. I will go up to the Window menu and I will choose, for example, Character in order to bring up the character and paragraph panels. Now let's say I want to s...

Working with panels
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Working with panels provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 New Features

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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