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Photoshop Hotkeys by akeli Photoshop Hotkeys by akeli
Someone asked me about this, so here they are, a list of hotkeys that *I* use in photoshop. These are not ALL the hotkeys, just the ones I like. I could probably make a list here if you guys are interested.

If you really want to cut down some wasted time, learning hotkeys is the way! They seem odd at first, but Ctrl+C has been second nature to me since ...I can't even remember.

Sorry about the lack of art on this >_>


More:

V = Move tool
M= Marquee tool
B = Brush
E = Eraser
G = Gradient/Paint bucket
I = Eyedropper
C = Crop tool
W = Magic Wand
L = Lasso tool
H = Hand tool
Ctrl+J = Duplicates a Layer (backup!).
Ctrl + T = Free Transform
Ctrl + (Plus Key ) , Ctrl (Minus Key) = Zoom in and out!


- For a full list click Edit> Keyboard Shortcuts in Photoshop, and you can edit this to your liking! Thank you :iconrougerunnerx: :)
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lonefox17 Featured By Owner May 17, 2012
thanks, this tutorial helps me a lot in Photoshop :iconmochiplz:
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Shazly250 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
thanks alot :)
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spoki0 Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
And if you press shift and any of the tool hotkeys, you're switching between the different tools at the given hotkey.
Shitft + B will change between the Brush tool -> Pencil tool -> Colour replacement tool -> Brush tool
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Tsukasa-FanTc Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
oh I know another one =D
use Shift while selecting to select multiple areas :3
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xTwilightWingsx Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Doesn't plain ol' CRTL+z undo ? Do we need alt there or does it do another function? :)
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akeli Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011   General Artist
Pretty sure that only works once - and alt is for multiple undos?
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xTwilightWingsx Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
xD You're right ( I just went and tried it). Well, I feel intelligent now hahaha
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TheJinglier Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2010
Ctrl+S is your friend.
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Kqeina Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2010
Also, pressing the ALT key and using the middle mouse button (scrolling it up and down) also lets you zoom in and out.

How strange... I only have to press CTRL + SHIFT + N to make a new layer. not. ctrl + Shift + alt + n
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tangolium Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2010
This is very helpful!

I'll definitely use them. :)
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