Posts tagged "New Documents"

September 22, 2014

51/55 But Wait, There’s More – Additional New Features for Photoshop CC!

Even though I have spent the past 10 weeks talking about all of the new features and product enhancements that the Photoshop team has added since Photoshop CC launched, there are still great features that I wasn’t able to cover! So to make sure that I’ve covered all of the topics, I’ll extend the project through the end of the week.

Today we will start with four hidden gems including:

• When creating new documents, the Background Contents option can be included as part of a script and will also be saved as part of a New Document Preset.

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• Clicking the lock icon next to the Background layer on the Layers panel converts the Background to a layer.

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•  The Swatches panel now displays the recently used swatches across the top of the panel.

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•  The Color sampler tool can now add up to ten different samples. You can click on the eyedropper in the Info panel to change the color readout values for each sampler individually, or Option (Mac)  |  Alt (Win)  click the eyedropper to change them all at once.

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If you prefer to watch a video, here you are:

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February 23, 2011

New Document Preset Resolution

If you need to change the New Document Preset Resolution settings, select Preferences > Units and Rulers and set your preferred defaults for your Print or Screen work.

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February 22, 2011

Opening Documents at Custom Sizes

To create custom New File presets, enter the desired settings into the New dialog and then click the Save Preset button. Your custom settings will appear near the top of the list.  (Be sure to name them well so that you know what they are – for example 12 x 12 in at 300 ppi 8 bit RGB).

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February 21, 2011

Creating New Photoshop Documents at Specific Sizes

Command + Option (Mac) / Control + Alt + (Win) + N will enter the last numeric entry in to the  “New” dialog box (instead of whatever dimensions were last copied).

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June 16, 2009

The New Dialog Box

If you’re constantly creating the same size document, don’t forget that you can create your own custom presets, by entering your preferred values in the New Dialog box and clicking the “Save Preset” button. In addition, you can change the defaults for Photoshop’s “New Document Preset Resolution” in Preferences > Units & Rulers for both your Print and Screen work.

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June 15, 2009

Creating New Documents

Option-Command (Mac) / Alt-Control (Win) + N will enter the last numeric entry in to the “New” dialog box (instead of whatever dimensions were last copied).

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