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Full Screen Mode

The third screen mode icon, Full Screen Mode, is my favorite. In this mode, Photoshop turns off even the menu bar! Now your image can take over the entire screen (Figure 1.12). You can still use many of the menu commands, as long as you know their keyboard equivalents. If you zoom out while in this mode, Photoshop will fill the area around your image with black. (I don't know how to change that one.) I use this mode whenever I show images to clients. If you don't let them know you're in Photoshop, they might think you are in a cheap little slide-show program, and won't ask you to make changes on the spot. However, you won't be able to fool anyone if all those palettes are still on your screen. Just press Tab and they'll all disappear (Figure 1.13). Don't worry: You can get them back just as quickly by pressing Tab again.

Figure 1.12. The third screen mode uses the full screen and hides the menu bar.



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