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Photoshop CC 2017 – Full Tutorial for Beginners [COMPLETE]*



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  1. For beginners in software development and secure safe OS development. "Paste in Place" is paste in place. It means +/- ZERO pixel. It's NOT one pixel more up. It's EXACTLY the same position in x and y coordinates. THANK you.

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  2. In Adobe Photoshop CC 2017, in the New Document window the Width, Height and other fields are made such that when you drag the numbers partially, it always interprets that as dragging all the numbers. There is no possibility of dragging only part of the numbers in the field and not all of them together. Even dragging only one number is the function of dragging all of the numbers. It was perfectly fine in the normal way. It's very stupid to make this kind of changes to programs, which are intentionally made and significant. They do not happen by coincidence.

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  3. Alt + scroll wheel = zoom in/zoom out
    Space + drag = move
    Ctrl + Alt + z = undo/step backward
    Shift + Alt + z = redo/step forward

    Ctrl + x = cut
    Ctrl + c = copy
    Ctrl + v = paste

    Top pannel – edit – transform – scale

    Save as: PSDT = save as a photoshop file with all layers and their properties
    Save as: JPG = no visible transparent pixels (appears as white background)
    Save as: PNG = transparent pixels saved

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  4. ur explenation is not so good. like how all of the sudden u have 2 pics of grecee? ur going fast like we know what are u talking about. on to the next one. Ur not for beginers

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  5. I am trying to open a 12 x 12 layer and color it blue, After 3 months I still can't do it and this video doesn't help. The simplest thing and nothing I do works, it just stays WHITE. Why in the hell do you NOT GET a simple little book in the mail with instructions that would cost about 5 cents to make!!!!!!!!!! You pay 20 dollars a month for this and you only have access to OUT OF DATE , SHIT VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE!!!!!!!!!!!  WTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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