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Thread: How do u get the main menu back in CS2

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    Surprised/Amazed

    http://img5.echo.cx/img5/9823/untitled13kq.jpg
    like there.

    Like save open new and stuff liek that

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    Open Photoshop

    Click "Help", then click "Welcome Screen".
    Last edited by orcutt989; 04-27-2005 at 08:46 PM.

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    not that. Look at the pic and you will see what i mean

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    Your not missing anything :|

    My CS2 looks like the same as yours, nothing seems to be missing :S

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    but could i have like NEW, OPEN, BROWSE, SAVE FOR WEB, SAVE, and all that stuff insteaad of going into file and then one of those. Photshop Elements had the toolbar like that.

    http://img1.grafika.cz/grafika/images/el_prostredi.gif

    like in this pic next to the Adobe LOGO

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    Quote Originally Posted by twisterX
    but could i have like NEW, OPEN, BROWSE, SAVE FOR WEB, SAVE, and all that stuff insteaad of going into file and then one of those. Photshop Elements had the toolbar like that.

    http://img1.grafika.cz/grafika/images/el_prostredi.gif

    like in this pic next to the Adobe LOGO
    I never even knew there was such a toolbar. I've been using photoshop for years.
    Last edited by orcutt989; 04-27-2005 at 11:06 PM.

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    The pic comes from Photoshop Elements. Its like a easy personal version of photoshop for the normal home user. It costs like 100.

    i used to have it but i recently got CS2 but i saw there is no toolbar like this. It made saving and opening much quicker and more convinient than going to file.

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    Keyboard shortcuts > toolbars

    Edit: No, that is not a menu path to adding a toolbar. Using toolbars is inefficient.

    ctrl+o = open file
    ctrl+n = new file
    alt+ctrl+o = browse
    ctrl+s = save
    shift+ctrl+s = save as
    alt+shift+ctrl+s = save for web

    More shortcuts in Edit menu -> Keyboard shortcuts, or alt+shift+ctrl+k

    Edit 2: Hit the Summarize button to export an html file of the keyboard shortcuts. Just found that feature... pretty nifty.
    Last edited by uNz[i]; 04-27-2005 at 11:59 PM.

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    well i git used to it

    check out my first creation. I read a few guides and got a few tips and BAM!!

    http://img174.echo.cx/img174/1039/twisterx0ox.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by twisterX
    well i git used to it

    check out my first creation. I read a few guides and got a few tips and BAM!!

    http://img174.echo.cx/img174/1039/twisterx0ox.jpg

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