Keyboard shortcuts can be a great time saver. And, if you are a frequent Photoshop user, you probably have most of the important ones memorized.
But what if you aren’t an everyday user or if you are and you just haven’t gotten around to memorizing the keyboard shortcuts. I can definitely understand that. I use Photoshop a lot, probably on a nearly daily basis. But I made the switch from PC to Mac about 6 months ago and I’m still not up to speed on all the admittedly minor differences in the shortcuts under the two operating systems.
Anyway, if for whatever reason, you aren’t up on all of Photoshop keyboard shortcuts, this tip is for you, from the folks at TipSquirrel.com.
As an aid in using and learning the keyboard shortcuts, you can print out a cheat sheet of them right from inside the Photoshop software. It looks something like this:
To see how this is done, check out the link below to see how:
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