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Screen space is at almost as great a premium as memory these days—every little bit helps. We like to work in Full Screen Mode with Photoshop (see Figure 2-1) instead of wasting space on title bars, scroll bars, and the like. You can switch to either of two full-screen modes in the Tool palette or by pressing F. The first time you press F (or when you click on the middle icon on the palette), the image window takes over the screen (up to the menu bar) and the background becomes 50-percent gray. The second time, the menu bar disappears, too, and the background becomes black. (See “Make the Palettes Go Away,” later in this chapter, for an important related tip.)

Figure 2-1. Full Screen Mode

If you have extra time on your hands, you can also pick Full Screen Mode from the Screen Mode submenu (under the View menu).



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