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The Photoshop Productivity Series: Customizing Photoshop by Dave Cross

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Editing Menus

Of all the customizing options we’ll examine, your preferred menu configuration is probably one that will change the most over time. If you’re fairly new to Photoshop you may not yet know which menu functions you actually use. The more you use Photoshop, the more you’ll start to identify menu functions that you never use. As we’ll see later, you can even create different sets of edited menus that you can access quickly using workspaces.

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Revising Main Menus

You will quickly notice that each menu contains one or two commands you never use. The Filter menu is a good example as it offers six options for Sharpen alone. Realistically, ...

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