This is part 19 of the Photoshop quick tip series where you will learn how to hide the workspace in Photoshop.
Hiding the workspace removes the toolbar and the palettes from view in Photoshop. This can be useful if you have an extremely large image and wish to see the whole image without zooming out.
To hide workspace including all the panels and palettes you select the Tab key on the keyboard, and you will be left with the following image in Photoshop. As you can see, only the menu bar still remains.
You can also only hide the palettes by selecting Shift + Tab which will leave the tool bar in place.
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