The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers TIP: If you don't like seeing your photo with the cropped-away areas appearing shaded (as in the previous step), you can toggle this shading feature off/on by pressing the Backslash key on your keyboard. When you press the Backslash key, the border remains in place, but the shading is turned off. Step Three: While you have the crop border in place, rotate it by moving your cursor outside the border (when you do, the cursor will change into a double-headed arrow). Just click-and-drag and the cropping border will rotate in the direction you choose (this is a great way to save time if you have a crooked image, because it lets you crop and rotate at the same time). Continued Resizing and Cropping Chapter 4 89