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Adobe Shortcut Keys

Post by Coolguy on Sat Sep 19, 2009 4:12 am




what i know and i can share is the shorcuts keys for Adobe PS Cs2

Toolbox
The first thing to know about toolbox shortcuts is that they are single keys. If a particular tool has more than one option, such as the Elliptical and Rectangular Marquees, simply press the shortcut key again to cycle through the selections.
Also, when using the Painting tools, click Shift Lock to get a precision cursor instead of the general icon cursor. This will help you to do delicate work. To toggle the toolbox on and off, hit Tab. Marquee tools Press M
Use Alt to drag subtractive marquees
Use Shift to drag additive marquees
Use Shift to drag multiple marquees (For more information, see Day 2, "Selections: Editing and Manipulating Images.")
Crop tool Press C
Move tool Press V (Also, when any other tool is selected, just press Ctrl to get a temporary version of the Move tool. Release and you will be returned to your original tool.)
Lasso tool Press L
Magic Wand Press W
Airbrush Press A
Paintbrush Press B
Eraser Press E (Press Alt to use the Magic Eraser tool, which erases to a saved version of the image.)
Pencil Press Y
Rubber Stamp Press S
Smudge tool Press U
Sharpen/Blur tools Press R
Sponge/Burn/Dodge Press O
Pen tool Press P
Text tool Press T
Line tool Press N
Gradient tool Press G
Paintbucket Press K
Eyedropper Press I (Also, when using the Painting tools, press Alt to temporarily select the Eyedropper tool.)
Hand Press H (You can get a temporary Hand tool when another tool is selected, by pressing and holding the Spacebar.)
Zoom Press Z (Try Ctrl + + to zoom in and Ctrl + - to zoom out.)
Toggling between foreground X
and background colors
Setting default colors D
Edit in Standard Mode Q
Edit in Quick Mask Mode Q
Standard Screen Mode, Full Toggle between F
Screen Mode with Menu bar, Full Screen Mode
Files
Remember, for you Windows users, you can use the Alt key to select menu commands. Notice, in all of the menus, all of the letters with underlines. These indicate that they can be selected via Alt. For example, to create a new file, Press Alt + F (for File menu) + I (for File info). It is as easy as that and can give your carpal tunnel syndrome a rest. New file Ctrl + N
Open file Ctrl + O
Close file Ctrl + W
Save file Ctrl + S
Save As Ctrl + Shift + S
Save a Copy Ctrl + Alt + S
Page Setup Ctrl + Shift + P
Print Ctrl + P
Preferences Ctrl + K
Exit Ctrl + Q
Editing
Undo/Redo Ctrl + Z
Cut Ctrl + X
Copy Ctrl + C
Copy Merged Ctrl + Shift + C
Paste Ctrl + V
Paste Into Ctrl + Shift + V
Fill (background color) Ctrl + Backspace
Fill (background color, preserving transparency) Ctrl + Shift + Backspace
Fill (foreground color) Alt + Backspace
Fill (foreground color,preserving transparency) Alt + Shift + Backspace
Image
Levels Ctrl + L
Auto Levels Ctrl + Shift +L
Curves Ctrl + M
Color Balance Ctrl + B
Hue/Saturation Ctrl + U
Desaturation Ctrl + Shift + U
Invert Ctrl + I
Layers
Group with Previous Ctrl + G
Ungroup Ctrl + Shift + G
Free Transform Ctrl + T
Merge Layers Ctrl + E
Merge Visible Ctrl + Shift + E
Select
All Ctrl + A
None Ctrl + D
Inverse Ctrl + Shift + I
Feather Ctrl + Shift + D
Filters
Last Filter Ctrl + F
Fade Ctrl + Shift + F
View
CMYK Preview Ctrl + Y
Gamut Warning Ctrl + Shift + Y
Zoom In Ctrl + +
Zoom Out Ctrl + -
Fit On screen Ctrl + 0
Actual Pixels Ctrl + Alt + 0
Hide Edges Ctrl + H
Hide Path Ctrl + Shift + H
Show Rulers Ctrl + R
Hide Guides Ctrl + ;
Snap to Guides Ctrl + Shift + ;
Lock Guides Ctrl + Alt +;
Show Grid Ctrl + "
Snap to Grid Ctrl + Shift + "

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Re: Adobe Shortcut Keys

Post by Tanz O Mazah on Tue Sep 22, 2009 10:49 pm

hai to information per yad kon karay isay......

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