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Chapter 2. Jumping In with the Basics > Correcting Mistakes with the History Pa...

Correcting Mistakes with the History Palette

When creating images in Photoshop, it's nearly impossible to remember exactly what you did and in what order. The creative mind is often different from the organized mind. Photoshop provides a little help for the purely creative mind called the History palette (see Figure 2-37). The History palette allows you to view, in order, everything you've done to an image. With your image open, go to the top menu bar and select Window/History. A palette will pop up and show you each step you took in creating this image. This is one way of making changes to your image.

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Click on any of the steps in the history to bring you right back to that step.

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Make the change you need on your image while that step is highlighted in the history palette.

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Or create a new step along the way.

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Try deleting back to where you want to begin again.


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