Conventions Used in this Book
The majority of the usages in this book should be self-explanatory. The combination Filter ▸ Sharpening ▸ Unsharp Mask, for example, represents the menu sequence Filter followed by Sharpening and the menu item Unsharp Mask. Keystroke combinations are designated using the notation. The hyphen means both keys should be pressed simultaneously. Menu entries and action buttons are written using the File or OK typefaces, and list elements to be selected and new terms are written in italics.
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