PHOTOSHOP 7.0 SHORTCUT KEYS PDF

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Version 7 for Windows®. QUICK Alt + click + tool or + shortcut key cycles through hidden tools. (except.) Any painting or editing tool + number keys. Subtract Shape. -. Close All. Ctrl+Shift+W. Align Right. Ctrl+Shift+R. Bring Layer to Front. Ctrl+Shift+ ]. Deselect (Drop). Ctrl+D. Decrease Brush Size. Photoshop Tutorials - Photoshop 7 Shortcuts Tutorial - By: Heathrowe. Accessibility is the Key f1 - Toggles Adobe Online Help f5 - Toggles Brush style palette.


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Lesson What's New in Photoshop ? Lesson Menus and Keystroke Shortcuts. . Lesson Leaving Written and Spoken Notes. In this post we are glad to release **Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts**, a PDF-file with a handy overview of most useful keyboard shortcuts. Photoshop 7 offers quite a list of toolbox shortcut options in both Windows and The following table shows what keys and mouse movements to use to get the.

Select background color. Deletes color sampler. Sets opacity, tolerance, strength, or exposure for painting mode. Sets flow for painting mode. Mixer Brush changes Mix setting. Mixer Brush changes Wet setting.

Mixer Brush changes Wet and Mix to zero. Cycle through blending modes. Open Fill dialog box on background or standard layer. Fill with foreground or background color. Displays Fill dialog box. Connects points with a straight line. Behind Brush tool only. Clear Brush tool only. Set blending mode to Threshold for bitmap images, Normal for all other images. Control-drag type when Type layer is selected. Command-drag type when Type layer is selected.

Select characters from insertion point to mouse click point. Create a new text layer, when a text layer is selected in the Layers panel. Select a word, line, paragraph, or story. Double-click, triple-click, quadruple-click, or quintuple-click.

Scale text within a bounding box when resizing the bounding box. Control-drag a bounding box handle. Command-drag a bounding box handle. Move text box while creating text box. Align left, center, or right. Align top, center, or bottom.

Choose 0 for tracking. Justify paragraph, left aligns last line. Justify paragraph, justifies all. Decrease or increase type size of selected text 2 points or pixels.

Decrease or increase leading 2 points or pixels. Decrease or increase baseline shift 2 points or pixels.

Toggle between Slice tool and Slice Selection tool. Draw from center outward. Draw square slice from center outward. Reposition slice while creating slice. Open context-sensitive menu. Alt-click New button. Option-click New button. Delete without confirmation except for the Brush panel. Alt-click Delete button. Option-click Delete button.

Apply value and keep text box active. Highlight options bar. Select tool and press Enter. Select tool and press Return. Turn command on and all others off, or turn all commands on.

Alt-click the check mark next to a command. Option-click the check mark next to a command. Turn current modal control on and toggle all other modal controls. Change action or action set options. Display Options dialog box for recorded command.

Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts

Double-click recorded command. Alt-click the triangle. Option-click the triangle. Control-click the Play button. Command-click the Play button. Create new action and begin recording without confirmation. Alt-click the New Action button. Option-click the New Action button. Select contiguous items of the same kind. Select discontiguous items of the same kind. Choose specific channel for adjustment. Choose composite channel for adjustment.

Delete adjustment layer. Define Auto options for Levels or Curves. Alt-click Auto button. Option-click Auto button. Shift-click second frame. Control-click multiple frames. Command-click multiple frames. Paste using previous settings without displaying the dialog box. Display precise cross hair for brushes. Toggle airbrush option. Select individual channels. Select composite channel. Load channel as selection. Add to current selection. Subtract from current selection.

Intersect with current selection. Set options for Save Selection As Channel button. Alt-click Save Selection As Channel button.

Option-click Save Selection As Channel button. Create a new spot channel.

Control-click Create New Channel button. Command-click Create New Channel button. Shift-click color channel. Shift-click alpha channel. Display channel options. Double-click alpha or spot channel thumbnail.

Toggle composite and grayscale mask in Quick Mask mode. Show Clone Source overlays image. Scale increase or reduce size Clone Source. Alt-click color in color bar. Option-click color in color bar. Display Color Bar menu. Right-click color bar. Control-click color bar. Cycle through color choices. Shift-click color bar. Create a new snapshot. Double-click snapshot name. Step forward through image states. Step backward through image states. Duplicate any image state, except the current state.

Alt-click the image state. Option-click the image state. Permanently clear history no Undo. Change color readout modes. Click eyedropper icon. Change measurement units.

Click crosshair icon. Load layer transparency as a selection. Control-click layer thumbnail. Command-click layer thumbnail. Load filter mask as a selection. Control-click filter mask thumbnail. Command-click filter mask thumbnail. Merge visible layers. Create new empty layer with dialog box. Alt-click New Layer button. Option-click New Layer button. Create new layer below target layer. Control-click New Layer button. Command-click New Layer button.

Add to layer selection in Layers panel.

Merge a copy of all visible layers into target layer. Move layer to bottom or top. Copy current layer to layer below. Merge all visible layers to a new layer above the currently selected layer.

Right-click the eye icon. Control-click the eye icon. Alt-click the eye icon. Option-click the eye icon. Toggle lock transparency for target layer, or last applied lock. Shift-click vector mask thumbnail. Open Layer Mask Display Options dialog box. Double-click layer mask thumbnail. Shift-click layer mask thumbnail. Shift-click filter mask thumbnail. Alt-click layer mask thumbnail. Option-click layer mask thumbnail. Alt-click filter mask thumbnail. Option-click filter mask thumbnail.

Select all type; temporarily select Type tool. Double-click type layer thumbnail. Create a clipping mask. Alt-click the line dividing two layers. Option-click the line dividing two layers.

Double-click the layer name. Edit filter settings. Double-click the filter effect. Edit the Filter Blending options. Double-click the Filter Blending icon. Control-click New Group button. Command-click New Group button. Create new layer group with dialog box. Alt-click New Group button. Option-click New Group button.

Alt-click Add Layer Mask button. Option-click Add Layer Mask button. Control-click Add Layer Mask button. Command-click Add Layer Mask button. Create vector mask that hides all or displays path area. Display layer group properties.

Right-click layer group and choose Group Properties, or double-click group. Control-click the layer group and choose Group Properties, or double-click group. Create new layer comp without the New Layer Comp box.

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Alt-click Create New Layer Comp button. Option-click Create New Layer Comp button.

Open Layer Comp Options dialog box. Double-click layer comp. Double-click layer comp name.

Load path as selection. Control-click pathname. Command-click pathname.

Add path to selection. Subtract path from selection. Retain intersection of path as selection. Create new swatch from foreground color. Click in empty area of panel. Set swatch color as background color. Control-click swatch. Command-click swatch. Temporarily activate Hand tool. Edge Highlighter tool. Toggle between Edge Highlighter tool and Eraser tool. Toggle Smart Highlighting.

Control with Edge Highlighter tool selected. Command with Edge Highlighter tool selected. Remove current highlight. Highlight entire image. Fill foreground area and preview extraction. Shift-click with Fill tool selected.

Move mask when Edge Touchup tool is selected. Add opacity when Cleanup tool is selected. Toggle Show menu options in preview between Original and Extracted. Enable Cleanup and Edge Touchup tools before preview. Cycle through Display menu in preview from top to bottom. Cycle through Display menu in preview from bottom to top. Delete current selection. Undo a selection move.

Photoshop 7 For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Generate or generate again. Also, use the Ctrl modifier to zoom in, and the Alt modifier to zoom out. Essential Photoshop Shortcut Commands F Cycle Screen Modes — Switch between normal screen, full screen with task bar without title bar, and full screen with black background. Works great when used in conjunction with Tab to hide toolbars — maximum working space, no distractions. X Switch Colors — Swap your foreground and background colors. Very handy when working with masks. D Default Colors — Reset your foreground and background colors to black and white, respectively.

Get rid of the Alt key to bring up the new layer dialog for more options. Disabling the mask allows you to check the results of your masking against the original.

Useful if you have areas that need to be filled in or smoothed out. If a selection is made, this command will only copy the selected area into the new layer. Caps Lock Toggle Cross Hairs — Switch between the standard tool icon and a set of precision cross hairs. Useful for spot-on selections.Look to the following table to find out how to scroll, zoom, and cycle through Photoshop 7: Decrease brush hardness Brush, Stamp tools.

Show Clone Source overlays image. Select a point and press Delete. I hope those learning Photoshop will find it useful, as well as the more advanced users who may have forgotten some of the less-often-used shortcuts.

I think printing it out and hanging it by the monitor works just as well. Command-click multiple frames.