Photoshop Quick Tip

Thursday, February 23, 2012
Hello my friends, as I promised yesterday, it's me again, Sherry, with a quick tip for Photoshop.  One of the first things I did when I got my version of Photoshop was to download the shortcut keys so I could learn them all really fast, then promptly used the paper for doodling - there was WAY too much information there for me to absorb, and I only cared about the ones that related to digiscrapping.  As I've gone along, I've picked up some wonderful keyboard shortcuts that do help save lots of time and relate directly to digiscrapping, and that's what I'm going to give you today.

In this instance I have a Photoshop document open and the layers showing up at the side.  I'd like to scroll down several layers in order to be able to work with a different layer.  I can do that using my mouse, but sometimes taking my hands off the keyboard isn't the most efficient way to move.  So!  You can scroll down your layers by pressing Alt-[ (left bracket) to scroll down in your layers panel, or Alt-] (right bracket) to scroll up.

I've found a number of instances where this was a quick timesaver for me - try it and see if it helps you too!

I'll be back again next Wednesday, so don't forget about me, LOL!


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