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Chapter 2. Working with Photoshop > Understanding the Photoshop CS2 Interface

Understanding the Photoshop CS2 Interface

Open Photoshop and you will find more tools staring back at you than you'll want to count (see Figure 2.3). Fortunately you don't need to know how they all work, at least at first. Aside from the Tools palette and other floating palettes in the interface, it's pretty much like any other program. You have a menu bar and some icons along the top. All of the other palettes, which include the vertical Toolbox on the left and the smaller rectangular stacked palettes on the right, can be moved around in any arrangement that suits you. If you do not need a palette while you are working, just close it out by clicking the close button (the X) at the top of the palette.

Figure 2.3. The Photoshop interface.



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