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Chapter 3. Customizing the Way You Work > Working with Display & Cursors Prefer...

Working with Display & Cursors Preferences

We communicate with Photoshop using various devices, such as a drawing table, mouse, touch screen, track pad, and a keyboard. Photoshop communicates with us using visual cues, the most prominent one is the shape of the cursor. For example, when a cursor looks like an I-beam, this typically means it's time to enter text, or when the cursor looks like a magnifying glass, clicking on the image expands the view size. Working with the Display & Cursors preferences, gives you control over how Photoshop communicates with you.


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