The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Step Four: After you have the cropping border where you want it, just press the Return (PC: Enter) key to crop your image. TIP: If you've dragged out a cropping border, and then decide you don't want to crop the image, you can either press the Escape key on your keyboard, click on the "No" symbol in the Options Bar, or just click on a different tool in the Toolbox, which will bring up a dialog asking if you want to crop the image. Click on the Don't Crop button to cancel your crop. ANOTHER TIP: Another popular way to crop is to skip the Crop tool altogether and just use the Rectangular Marquee tool (M) to put a selection around the area of your photo you want to keep. With your selection in place, go under the Image menu and choose Crop. The areas outside your selection will be cropped away instantly. Press Command-D (PC: Control-D) to deselect. 90 Chapter 4 Resizing and Cropping ©SCOTT KELBY