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Lesson 15. Enhancing a Multimedia Project > Choosing the opening view

Choosing the opening view

The opening view of a document should be determined by the design, audience, and purpose of the document. The actual Photoshop tutorial shell was designed to teach users how to use Photoshop, not Acrobat. To focus the users on the content of the shell rather than on the program running it, the designers decided to limit the window elements with which a Photoshop user could interact. In this section, you'll learn how to choose opening view options, and see the effects of your choices.

Hiding the tool bar and window controls

You'll change the opening view of the tutorial shell so that the window resizes to fit the page, is centered in the screen, and does not show the command bar, tool bar, or window controls.


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