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Lesson 16. Optimizing Web Images > Using a predefined ImageReady workspace

Using a predefined ImageReady workspace

Before you begin working on a new file, you’ll jump from Photoshop to ImageReady. Then, you’ll rearrange the work area by selecting one of the predefined workspaces that are always available on the ImageReady Workspace submenu.

1.
In Photoshop, click the Jump To ImageReady button () at the bottom of the toolbox to switch from Photoshop to ImageReady.

Note

If you do not have enough memory to run both applications simultaneously, quit Photoshop and then start ImageReady.

2.
In ImageReady, choose Window > Workspace > Optimization Palette Locations.

Only the bare-bones set of palettes needed for optimization tasks remains open in the work area: the Optimize palette group and the Color Table palette group, along with the toolbox and tool options bar. If you need another palette at some point, you can reopen it by selecting it on the Window menu.


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