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Small tips - Adobe Photoshop Elements

I just discovered this... if you press on the TAB key (Windows...), all but the menu bar and the actual picture disapears from the screen. If you press it again, all reappears! I don't know if this is of any value to anyone, but when working on large files, sometimes, I did wish all was gone for a moment, like working on a full screen version of my image. My digital camera produces 3072x2048 pictures, so this becomes quite handy! Ray...

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    I just discovered this... if you press on the TAB key (Windows...), all but
    the menu bar and the actual picture disapears from the screen. If you press
    it again, all reappears!

    I don't know if this is of any value to anyone, but when working on large
    files, sometimes, I did wish all was gone for a moment, like working on a
    full screen version of my image. My digital camera produces 3072x2048
    pictures, so this becomes quite handy!

    Ray


    Ray Guest

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    Ray, that's a neat one! Thanks!!


    Chuck Snyder Guest

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    What computer ?


    Ray Guest

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    I'll just add a tidbit to this tip. If you press shift-tab instead of just tab, the palettes disappear but you keep your tools. Also useful.

    Rich
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    Wow !!!!!! That's even better!!! Thanks Rich :)

    Ray


    Ray Guest

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    Louise, I don't know... the TAB key is located just above the Caps Lock Key.

    Ray


    Ray Guest

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    Ray,

    Here's another handy tip. This one is for sending the palette out of the way somewhat.

    If you click on the topmost bar on the layers palette and hit shift at the same time, the palette will head for the nearest corner.

    Barb
    imacgirl Guest

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