Adobe Photoshop CS 8 (serial Include).zip Full Version
photoshop opens with two main views. the left side of the window is for the image, and the right side is for the info. to switch from one view to the other, click on the view icon in the menu bar at the top of the window. these are the standard views of the program.
if you only wish to view the images you have selected, you do not need to open a second, detailed view. to view the images, simply select view from the file menu (see image below). you will see your selected images display on the left side of the window. you can click on the filename to open that image. also from the file browser, you can press enter or return to open a file in the image view.
to select multiple images, hold down the shift key while you select them. to create a group of similar images, you can select the images and then go to the select all command at the top of the menu bar.
the next thing that you should know about bridge is that it is a digital image library. it’s not a tool to edit your images, but a way to access and organize all your images. as you’ll soon see, you can work with images on their own or in groups. you can also access your images from within bridge or simply by displaying them in bridge. now, we have to know how to enter and organize them in bridge first.
this next tutorial is about some common tasks in bridge that you might not have seen before. you’ll learn how to organize your images, how to find images, how to copy and paste images into and out of groups, how to save an image, and how to customize bridge’s display. finally, we’ll see how to preview images in bridge.
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