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Sample wisely with the Eyedropper tool

The Eyedropper tool is great to use when you want to take a color from one part of an image and use it somewhere else. With that said, when sampling colors, for the best result, set the Sample Size pop-up menu to 3 By 3 Average on the tool options bar. This will give a nice color representation

Quickly undo an accidental save in Photoshop

Have you ever flattened and saved a document and then wanted to go back and make a change? If so, you can undo that save using a keyboard shortcut. Just press ([Alt][Ctrl]Z in Windows) a few times until your file is back the way you want it.

Paste your images where you want in Photoshop

When copying and pasting images from one document to another, Photoshop places them in the center of the new file by default. However, if you make a selection on the new document where you want the image to go, Photoshop centers the pasted image within that selection. So you can set guidelines by using your Move Tool to drag a guideline from Top or Left Window, then set a selection Marquee, Cut and Paste into Position.

Change your Photoshop ruler settings

If you have your rulers visible, all you have to do to adjust the ruler settings is double-click on the actual ruler. This displays the Preferences dialog box, where you can then adjust the rulers (and units) settings.

Use your rulers effectively. They are very handy tools.

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