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Setting up

  • Janee Aronoff
  • David Cross
  • Gavin Cromhout
  • Colin Smith

Abstract

An important part of working with Photoshop is making it your own — customizing the way Photoshop works to fit with your needs. This includes tweaking preferences, adjusting the Preset Manager, creating Tool Presets, making Custom Shapes, defining colors and making your own workspaces. In this chapter we’ll look at how to use all of these customization features, and we’ll then run through the options available in the Preferences menu, before rounding off with a canny way to create a shortcut for just about anything at all.

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© Apress 2002

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  • Janee Aronoff
  • David Cross
  • Gavin Cromhout
  • Colin Smith

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