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Lesson 8. Painting and Editing > Defining a custom workspace

Defining a custom workspace

When you use Adobe Photoshop CS to do a specific project, you’ll typically make frequent use of some palettes and rarely need others. When you do a different type of Photoshop project, the palettes you use most frequently may change because the nature of the job has different requirements.

You already know that you can close unneeded palettes and open hidden ones that you do need, but with Photoshop CS you can save different combinations of open and closed palettes as workspaces. Painting is a good example of a situation that relies on specific palettes that are not opened by the default workspace definition.


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