Photoshop logo iconAdobe Photoshop 2022 has many preferences and tool options. Some of these preferences are in Edit > Preferences, but many more are in obscure places. Get to know a complete tour of preferences...

If you want to get the most out of Adobe Photoshop 2022, you need to tweak Photoshop preferences. Many workspace adjustments need to be made, and Photoshop 2022 also needs adjustments to some essential tools. Most of all, color management has to be decided on and set in motion. Once you do all that fine-tuning and workspace saving, you can actually improve your productivity in editing images. In this PDF guide, we include an in-depth tour of preferences; give a brief explanation of what you may want in a certain setting, and why; and then also show you how to get the most from the tools, including how to reset tools as well as how to reset overall preferences when the application begins to misbehave.

All screenshots and advice gathered together in this new

Adobe Photoshop 2022 a complete tour of preferences

Photoshop 2022 complete tour of preferences

a new PDF complete with detailed screenshots. Almost all of the preference settings can also apply to previous versions of Photoshop, including 2021, 2020, CC 2019, 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014, 2013, CS6, CS5.5, and CS5. The screenshots are, for the most part, taken from the Mac version, although the Windows version is essentially identical. Download this new PDF today, and begin to unlock the full potential of Adobe Photoshop 2022!

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