Changing Your Ruler Settings

Instead of going through the preferences to change your rulers, you can Control-click (PC: Right-click, though more and more Macs now have access to the Right-click, too) on the ruler and select your preferred measurement…

Resetting Photoshop’s Preferences

Here’s a quick way to reset your preferences in Photoshop: Press-and-hold Command-Option-Shift (PC: Ctrl-Alt-Shift) while you start Photoshop. As you start the program you will get a pop-up dialog asking you if you would like…

LiveDocs to the Rescue!

Sometimes you will find that the Help feature may not offer complete assistance on a specific topic. Documentation for software often changes and expands, and LiveDocs is Adobeís answer to this problem. If you go…

Check Out Photoshop Help

The best place to check out whatís new and improved is still in the Help feature. Choose Help>Photoshop Help and you will launch the Adobe Help Viewer. This has an index of all things CS3,…

Performance Preferences

Here are two things that can help in the Performance preferences: Your Memory Usage can let you specify how much of your RAM you would like to dedicate to the use of Photoshop. And, you…

Zoom Scroll

Rather than using a keyboard shortcut to zoom in and out, use your scroll wheel! Most mice these days have a center scroll wheel on them. If you press-and-hold the Option (PC: Alt) key and…

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