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Doing Animations? Don’t Jump To Imageready

In previous versions of Photoshop, if you wanted to create an animation, you’d have to jump to ImageReady (Photoshop’s Web graphics sibling that comes preinstalled with Photoshop). Although ImageReady still comes with Photoshop CS2, you don’t need to jump over there to do your animations; now you can do them right within Photoshop. Just go to the Window menu and choose Animation, and ImageReady’s familiar-looking animation palette will appear across the bottom of your Photoshop screen, and a row of buttons for animation options will appear near the top of your Layers palette.

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