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Lesson 1. Getting to Know the Work Area > Customizing the workspace

Customizing the workspace

It’s great that Photoshop offers so many ways to control the display and location of the tool options bar and its many palettes, but it can be time-consuming to drag palettes around the screen so that you can see some palettes for certain projects and other palettes for other projects. Luckily, Photoshop lets you customize your workspace,controlling what palettes, tools, and menus are available at any time. In fact, it comes with a few preset workspaces suitable for different types of workflows—tone and color correction, painting and retouching, and so on. Let’s experiment with them.

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If you closed 01Start3.psd at the end of the previous exercise, open it—or open any other image file—to complete the following exercise.



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