Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Quick tip 20 – Full screen mode

In this Photoshop quick tip you will learn how to quickly switch to full screen mode. This is part 20 of the PQTS.

There are three screen modes in Photoshop with the default view being the most common. The default is when the screen shows all the palettes, menu bars and other screen elements.

To change to the full screen mode, you press the ‘F’ key on the keyboard. When you press this key you will notice the size of your current document expand while the menu bar still remains. If you press the ‘F’ key again, you will see the menu bar disappear while the background of Photoshop turns to a black colour.

You can also change to a different screen mode from the menu bar by selecting View > Screen mode.


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