Work with tabbed documents Photoshop CS6


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Working with tabbed documents

Let's begin in Bridge and select these three images to open in Photoshop. Once they're selected, I'll use Command+O or Ctrl+O on Windows to open them in Photoshop. Now that the three files are open, I can navigate between the three documents by just clicking on the tab at the top of the window. If I want to rearrange the order in which they appear, I can click on a tab and then just drag it to the right to move it. If I want to remove one of my images from the tabbed area at the top and float it, I can just click and drag down into the image area and let go.

I can do this with multiple documents if I want to, and in fact, I can even tab two floating documents by just clicking and dragging one on top of the other. Now you can see that in this floating window I have these two tabbed documents. If I want to put them all back together, I simply click on the title bar area and drag it up to the tab area in Photoshop. I really prefer this method of looking at my images because I al...

Working with tabbed documents
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Working with tabbed documents provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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