Photoshop 7 for Windows and Macintosh (Visual Quickstart Guides)

Photoshop 7 for Windows and Macintosh (Visual Quickstart Guides)

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Adobe Photoshop is one of those programs that both dazzles and dismays: You can do extraordinary things with it--as long as you don't get lost in its maze of palettes and toolbars. Luckily for you, with Photoshop 7 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide,, that needn't be a problem! If you're ready to take on image editing in Photoshop 7, this straight-ahead visual reference is the place to start. Veteran authors Elaine Weinmann and Peter Lourekas are back with a completely revised edition of the guide that's become the standard for Photoshop instruction in classrooms, homes, and offices. Through clear, concise instructions and a multitude of screen shots, this book steps you through the basics of photo editing, manipulation, optimization, and correction. It also provides complete coverage of all that's new in version 7: native Mac OS X support, a new painting engine that facilitates wet and dry brush effects, and more--all in a task-based format that constantly reminds you of where you are in the program and what you're trying to accomplish.

Table of Contents

  The Basics
Using the Toolbox 1 (1)
Toolbox 2 (3)
Options bar 5 (1)
The Photoshop screen: Mac OS X 6 (2)
The Photoshop screen: Windows 7 (1)
The menus 8 (2)
The palettes
How to use the palettes 10 (1)
Create a custom workspace 11 (1)
Delete any or all custom workspaces 11 (5)
Color palette 12 (1)
Swatches palette 13 (1)
Styles palette 14 (1)
Navigator palette 14 (1)
Info palette 15 (1)
Layers palette 16 (4)
Channels palette 17 (1)
Paths palette 18 (1)
History palette 19 (1)
Actions palette 19 (1)
Character palette 20 (1)
Paragraph palette 20 (1)
Tool Presets palette 21 (1)
Brushes palette 22 (10)
Mini-glossary 23 (2)
Production techniques 25 (2)
Photoshop Color
Pixels 27 (1)
RGB vs. CMYK color 27 (1)
Channels 28 (1)
Image modes 29 (3)
The blending modes 32 (5)
Color management 37 (96)
Calibrate your monitor (Mac OS) 38 (2)
Calibrate your monitor (Windows) 40 (2)
Choose a predefined color management 42 (1)
Choose individual work space settings 43 (2)
Customize your color management policies 45 (1)
Customize your conversion options 46 (2)
Change or delete a document's color 48 (1)
Convert a document's color profile 49 (1)
Proof your colors 49 (2)
Launch Photoshop (Windows) 51 (1)
Launch Photoshop (Mac OS) 51 (1)
Where images come from 52 (1)
Scanning 52 (1)
Desktop scanning software basics 53 (1)
16-bits-per-channel mode 54 (1)
Scan into Photoshop 55 (1)
Calculate the proper resolution for a 56 (1)
scan or for an existing image
File storage sizes of scanned images 57 (1)
Potential gray levels at various output 57 (1)
resolutions and screen frequencies
Using the status bar 58 (3)
Find out an image's storage size 58 (1)
Create a new image 59 (1)
Opening Files
Open an image within Photoshop 60 (1)
Open the File Browser 61 (1)
The File Browser panes 61 (1)
View files in the File Browser 62 (1)
Open a file or files 63 (1)
Choose a sorting method for thumbnails 63 (1)
Create a rank for sorting images 63 (1)
Rename a file 64 (1)
Delete a file 64 (1)
Create a new folder 64 (1)
Rotate a thumbnail 64 (13)
Open a Photoshop image from Windows 65 (1)
Open a Photoshop image from the Finder 65 (1)
(Mac OS)
Thumbnails 65 (1)
Open a Kodak Photo CD file 66 (2)
Open an EPS, PDF, or Illustrator file as 68 (1)
a new image
Pixel paste 69 (1)
Place an EPS, PDF or Adobe Illustrator 70 (1)
image into an existing Photoshop image
Saving files
Save a new image 71 (1)
Saving layers, vectors, and effects 72 (1)
Save an existing image 72 (1)
Revert to the last-saved version 72 (1)
Save a new version of an image 73 (1)
Change the zoom level using the Navigator 74 (1)
Change the zoom level using the Zoom tool 75 (1)
Move an image in its window 76 (1)
Change the screen display mode 76 (1)
Display one image in two windows 77 (3)
Recolor the work canvas 77 (1)
Ending a work session
Close an image 78 (1)
Exit/quit Photoshop 78 (1)
Pixel Basics
Changing dimensions and resolution
Change an image's pixel dimensions for 79 (1)
onscreen output
Change an image's dimensions for print 80 (6)
Change an image's resolution 81 (1)
Resize an image to fit a specific width 82 (1)
or height
Resize an image automatically 83 (1)
Apply the Unsharp Mask filter 84 (2)
Changing the Canvas
Change the canvas size 86 (15)
Crop an image using a marquee 87 (1)
Specify dimensions and resolution as you 88 (1)
crop an image
Enlarge an image's canvas area using the 89 (1)
Crop tool
Crop an image using the Crop command 90 (1)
Crop an image using the Trim command 90 (1)
Flip an image 91 (1)
Rotate an image by a preset amount 92 (1)
Rotate an image by specifying a number 92 (1)
Creating selections
Select an entire layer 93 (1)
Create a rectangular or elliptical 94 (1)
Create a freeform selection 95 (1)
Create a polygonal selection 95 (1)
Select by color (Magic Wand) 96 (2)
Select using the Magnetic Lasso tool 98 (1)
Magnetic Lasso tool options bar 99 (1)
Select by color (Color Range) 100(1)
Create a frame selection 101(1)
Select a narrow border around a selection 101(7)
Working with selections
Deselect a selection 102(1)
Reselect the last selection 102(1)
Delete a selection 102(1)
Move a selection marquee 103(1)
Switch the selected and unselected areas 104(1)
Hide a selection marquee 104(1)
Transform a selection marquee 105(1)
Modify a selection marquee via a menu 105(1)
Add to a selection 106(1)
Subtract from a selection 106(1)
Select the intersection of two selections 106(1)
Vignette an image 107(1)
Mask a shape using the Extract command 108(12)
Move a selection's contents 111(1)
Drag-copy a selection 112(1)
Align a layer or layers to a selection 112(1)
Clipboard basics 113(1)
Copy and paste a selection 114(1)
Drag-and-drop a selection between images 115(1)
Paste into a selection 116(1)
Paste into a smaller image 117(1)
Sharpening and blurring
Sharpen or blur edges 118(1)
Using rulers and guides
Hide or show rulers 119(1)
Change the rulers' zero origin 119(1)
Use the Snap feature 120(3)
Hide or show the grid 120(1)
Create a guide 121(1)
Place a guide at a specified location 121(1)
Remove guides 121(1)
Use the Measure tool 122(1)
Clone areas in the same image 123(2)
Use the Pattern Stamp tool 125(1)
Clone from image to image 126(1)
Repair areas using the Healing Brush tool 127(2)
Use the Patch tool 129(4)
Feather an existing selection 131(1)
Defringe a layer 132(1)
Smooth a selection 132(1)
Layers basics 133(54)
Create a new layer 134(1)
Turn a selection into a layer 135(1)
Duplicate a layer in the same image 135(1)
Hide or show layers 136(1)
Flip a layer 137(1)
Delete a layer 137(1)
Rename a layer 137(44)
Transform layers
Transform (scale, rotate, skew, distort, 138(2)
or apply perspective to) a layer by
Free transform a layer 140(1)
Transform a layer by entering numeric 141(1)
Managing layers
Restack a layer 142(1)
Convert the Background into a layer 143(1)
Convert a layer into the Background 143(1)
Move a layer 144(1)
Create a layer set 145(1)
Lock a layer 145(1)
Create a Fill layer 146(1)
Tools and layers 147(1)
Lock transparent pixels 147(1)
Use all layers 148(1)
Copy layers
Save a copy of a layer in a new file 148(1)
Drag-and-drop a layer to another image 149(1)
(Layers palette)
Drag-and-drop a layer to another image 150(1)
(Move tool)
Copy and paste only the visible part of a 151(1)
layer to another image
Merge or flatten layers
Merge two layers together 152(1)
Merge multiple layers 153(1)
Flatten layers 154(1)
Using the History palette
Linear and non-linear 155(1)
Clearing the palette 156(1)
Revert to a prior history state 157(1)
Duplicate a state 157(1)
Delete a state 157(1)
Using snapshots
Create a snapshot of a history state 158(1)
Make a snapshot become the latest state 159(1)
Delete a snapshot 159(1)
Create a new document from a history 159(1)
state or snapshot
Restoring and erasing
Use the History Brush tool 160(1)
Fill a selection or a layer with a 161(1)
history state
Use the Art History Brush tool 162(2)
Erase to history 164(1)
Adjustment basics 165(1)
Adjustment layers
Create an adjustment layer 166(1)
Modify an adjustment layer 166(1)
Choose blending options for an adjustment 167(1)
layer (or any layer)
Choose a different command for an 168(1)
existing adjustment layer
Merge an adjustment layer 168(1)
Ways to use adjustment layers 169(1)
Adjustment commands
Adjust an image using Auto Contrast 170(1)
Equalize a layer 170(1)
Invert lights and darks 171(1)
Make a layer high contrast 171(1)
Posterize 172(1)
Adjust brightness and contrast 173(1)
Adjust brightness and contrast using 174(1)
Screen back a layer 175(1)
Lighten using the Dodge tool or darken 176(1)
using the Burn tool
Restrict an adjustment layer's effect 177(1)
using a mask
Make a layer grayscale using the Channel 178(1)
Choose Colors
Foreground and Background colors 179(1)
Choose a color using the Color Picker 180(1)
Choose a custom color 181(2)
Choose a color using the Color palette 182(1)
Swatches palette
Choose a color from the Swatches palette 183(1)
Add a color to the Swatches palette 183(1)
Rename a swatch 183(1)
Delete a color from the Swatches palette 183(1)
Save an edited swatches library 184(1)
Replace or append a Swatches library 184(3)
Load a Swatches library 184(1)
Choose a color from an image using the 185(1)
Copy a color as a hexadecimal value 186(1)
Adjustment basics 187(220)
Fill a selection or a layer with a color, 189(2)
a pattern, or imagery
Apply a stroke to a selection or a layer 191(1)
Adjust a color image using Hue/Saturation 192(2)
Place color samplers on an image 194(1)
Move a color sampler 195(1)
Using the Info palette with the Color 195(1)
Sampler tool
Remove a color sampler 195(1)
Replace colors 196(1)
Convert a layer or the Background to 197(1)
Colorize or color correct using Color 198(1)
Adjust color using thumbnail Variations 199(1)
Saturate or desaturate colors using the 200(1)
Sponge tool
Heighten color or silhouette color areas 201(1)
on black
Levels and Curves
Adjust individual color channels using 202(1)
Apply Auto Color Correction options 203(8)
Adjust color or values using the Curves 204(2)
Convert a color layer to grayscale and 206(1)
selectively restore its color
Spot color channels
Create a spot color channel 207(1)
Paint on a spot color channel 208(1)
Spot color channel basics 208(1)
Printing spot color channels 209(1)
Convert an alpha channel into a spot 210(1)
color channel
Brush tool
Use the Brush tool 211(1)
Temporarily change the diameter of a brush 212(1)
Brushes palette
Use the Brushes palette 213(1)
Edit a brush preset 214(4)
Choose Variation options 218(2)
Save brush presets in a new library 220(1)
Load a brush library 221(1)
Restore the default brushes 221(1)
Customizing brushes
Make a brush into a tool preset 222(1)
Save the tool presets to a library 222(1)
Create a new brush based on an existing 223(1)
Create a brush from an image 223(1)
Delete a brush 224(19)
Other painting tools
Smudge colors 225(1)
Fill an area using the Paint Bucket 226(1)
Erase part of a layer 227(1)
Use the Background Eraser tool 228(2)
Use the Magic Eraser tool 230(1)
Auto erase 231(1)
Apply tints to a grayscale image 232(1)
Apply a gradient as a fill layer 233(2)
Apply a gradient using the Gradient tool 235(1)
Create or edit a gradient preset 236(2)
Save the current gradients to a file 238(1)
Use alternate gradient libraries 238(1)
Restore the default gradients 239(1)
Change the opacity of gradient colors 239(1)
Create a multicolor wash 240(1)
Apply a gradient map to a layer 241(2)
More Layers
Layer opacity
Change a layer's opacity or fill 243(17)
Layer effects
Applying layer effects 244(1)
Remove an individual layer effect 245(1)
Apply the Drop Shadow or Inner Shadow 246(1)
Transform a Drop Shadow effect 247(1)
Create a drop shadow without using an 248(1)
Apply an Outer or Inner Glow effect 248(2)
Apply the Bevel or Emboss effect 250(2)
Change the profile of a contour 252(1)
Apply the Satin effect 253(1)
Apply the Color Overlay effect 254(1)
Apply the Gradient Overlay effect 254(1)
Apply the Pattern Overlay effect 255(1)
Apply a Stroke effect 256(1)
Other effects commands 257(2)
Blending layers
The layer blending modes 259(1)
Fine-tune the blending between two layers 260(35)
Choose a knockout option for a layer 263(2)
Blend a modified layer with the original 265(1)
Layer masks
Create a layer mask 266(1)
Reshape a layer mask 267(1)
Move layer pixels or a layer mask 268(1)
Duplicate a layer mask 268(1)
Choose layer mask display options 268(1)
Fill type with imagery using a layer mask 269(1)
Temporarily deactivate a layer mask 270(1)
Apply or discard the effects of a layer 270(1)
Clipping groups
Create a clipping group of layers 271(1)
Remove a layer from a clipping group 272(1)
Ungroup an entire clipping group 272(1)
Linking layers
Link layers (and move them as a unit) 273(1)
Align two or more linked layers 273(1)
Align the pixel edge of a layer with a 274(1)
Distribute three or more linked layers 274(1)
Chapter overview 275(1)
Alpha channels
Save a selection to a channel using the 276(1)
current options settings
Save a selection to a channel and choose 276(1)
Display a channel selection 277(1)
Load a channel selection onto an image 277(1)
using the current options
Load a channel selection onto an image 277(1)
and choose options
Save Selection Operations 278(1)
Load Selection Operations 278(1)
Choose channel options 279(1)
Delete a channel 279(1)
Duplicate a channel 279(1)
Reshape an alpha channel mask 280(1)
Quick Masks
Reshape a selection using Quick Mask mode 281(1)
Create a Quick Mask without using a 282(1)
Choose Quick Mask options 282(1)
Chapter overview 283(1)
Creating paths
Convert a selection into a path 284(1)
Draw a path using the Pen tool 285(1)
Draw a magnetic Freeform Pen path 286(1)
The Freeform Pen Options pop-up palette 287(1)
Draw a path using the Freeform Pen 288(1)
Working with paths
Move a path 288(1)
Add to an existing, open path 289(1)
Transform an entire path 289(1)
Transform points on a path 289(1)
Copy a path in the same image 290(1)
Drag-and-drop a path to another image 290(1)
Save a work path 290(1)
Display a path 291(1)
Hide a path 291(1)
Select anchor points on a path 291(1)
Reshape a path 292(1)
Delete a path 293(1)
Deselect a path 294(1)
Convert a path into a selection 294(1)
Stroke a path 295(1)
Fill a path 296(2)
Export a path to Illustrator or FreeHand 297(1)
Vector masks
Create a vector mask 298(6)
Combine paths 299(1)
Reshape a vector mask 299(1)
Reposition a vector mask 300(1)
Duplicate a vector mask 300(1)
Deactivate a vector mask 300(1)
Reverse the visible and hidden areas in a 301(1)
vector mask
Discard a vector mask 301(1)
Convert a layer mask into a vector mask 302(1)
Create an adjustment layer that uses a 302(1)
vector mask
Create a vector mask from type 302(2)
Create a shape layer 304(8)
Create a work path using a shape tool 306(1)
Create a geometric, rasterized pixel area 307(1)
Choose geometric options for a shape tool 308(1)
Reposition a shape layer's vector mask 308(1)
Transform a shape layer 309(1)
Modify the contour of an existing shape 309(1)
Deactivate a shape layer's vector mask 309(1)
Paste a path object from Illustrator into 310(1)
Photoshop as a shape layer
Use the pathfinder options to add or 310(1)
subtract shapes from each other
Add a shape to the custom shape picker 311(1)
Change the fill contents of a shape layer 311(1)
Rasterize a shape layer 312(2)
Creating type
Different kinds of type 313(1)
Create an editable type layer 314(6)
Editing text
Select all or some characters on a type 316(1)
Scale type by entering a value 317(1)
Scale type by dragging 317(1)
Adjust the spacing between (kern) a pair 318(1)
of characters
Adjust the spacing for (track) a series 318(1)
of characters
Adjust leading in horizontal type 319(1)
Shift selected characters above or below 320(1)
the normal baseline
Style type using the Character palette 320(1)
Change type orientation 321(16)
Paragraph settings
Set paragraph alignment and justification 322(1)
Adjust paragraph indents and spacing 323(1)
Fine-tune paragraph settings 324(1)
Special effects with type
Transform a type bounding box and the 325(1)
type inside it
Transform a type bounding box, but not 325(1)
the type
Warp type on an editable layer 326(1)
Move a type layer 327(1)
Rasterize type into pixels 327(1)
Screen back an image behind type 328(1)
Screen back type 329(1)
Fill type with imagery using Paste Into 330(1)
Fill type with imagery using a clipping 331(1)
group of layers
Create fading type 332(1)
Apply layer effects to semi-transparent 332(1)
Stroke a type layer 333(1)
Create a type selection 333(1)
Move a type selection 334(1)
Create type in a spot channel 335(1)
Edit type in a spot channel 335(1)
Create a type mask for an adjustment layer 336(1)
Word processing
Find and replace text 337(1)
Check spelling 338(2)
Filter basics
How filters are applied 339(1)
Using a filter dialog box 340(23)
Lessening a filter's overall effect 340(1)
Restricting the area a filter affects 341(1)
Making filter effects look less artificial 342(1)
Maximizing a filter's effect 342(1)
Texture mapping using a filter 342(1)
All the filters illustrated
Artistic filters 343(2)
Blur filters 345(1)
Brush Strokes filters 346(1)
Distort filters 347(1)
Noise filters 348(1)
Pixelate filters 349(1)
Render filters 350(1)
Sharpen filters 350(1)
Sketch filters 351(2)
Stylize filters 353(1)
Texture filters 354(1)
A few filter exercises
Create a wrinkled edge 355(1)
Take the easy way out 355(1)
Apply a texture using a layer mask 356(1)
Turn a photograph into a painting or a 357(1)
Our watercolor filter 357(1)
Apply the Mosaic filter using graduated 358(1)
Motion blur part of an image 359(1)
Cast a light on an image 360(3)
Pattern Maker
Generate a pattern 363(3)
Navigate through tiles 366(1)
Delete a tile 366(1)
Save a tile as a preset pattern 366(1)
Distort an image using the Liquify command 367(3)
Display the mesh using View Options controls 370(4)
Remove all distortion from the preview 371(1)
Return all unfrozen areas to their 371(1)
initial state
Return individual unfrozen areas to their 371(1)
initial state
Extend distortions from frozen areas into 372(1)
unfrozen areas
Chapter overview 373(1)
Create a new actions set 374(1)
Record an action 374(14)
Insert a stop in an action 375(1)
Insert a menu item in an action 376(1)
Insert a path in an action 377(1)
Exclude or include a command from playback 378(1)
Play back an action on an image 378(1)
Replay an action on a batch of images 379(1)
Choose batch naming options 380(1)
Create a droplet from an action 381(1)
Add commands to an action 382(1)
Delete a command from an action 382(1)
Activate/deactivate a modal control in an 383(1)
Change the order of commands 383(1)
Rerecord an entire action using different 384(1)
dialog box settings
Rerecord a single command in an action 384(1)
Duplicate an action 384(1)
Delete an entire action 384(1)
Save an actions set to a file 385(1)
Load an additional actions set onto the 385(1)
Actions palette
Replace the current actions set with a 385(1)
different actions set
Run one action in another action 386(1)
Other Automate commands
Perform a conditional image mode change 387(1)
Create a contact sheet 388(2)
Fit image to width and/or height 389(1)
Convert a multi-page PDF to Photoshop format 390(1)
Create a picture package 391(1)
Create a Web gallery 392(3)
Reset all the preferences to their 395(1)
default values
Memory & Image Cache Preferences 395(1)
General Preferences 396(2)
File Handling Preferences 398(3)
Display & Cursors Preferences 399(1)
Transparency & Gamut Preferences 400(1)
Units & Rulers Preferences 401(1)
Guides, Grid, & Slices Preferences 402(1)
Plug-ins & Scratch Disks Preferences 403(1)
Use the Preset Manager 404(1)
Reset or replace a preset 405(1)
Save a subset of items in their own library 405(2)
Save an item in a new preset library from 406(1)
a palette or picker
Printing from Photoshop 407(26)
Choose a paper size and orientation 408(1)
Print using the basic Print command 409(1)
Print using the Print with Preview command 410(8)
Print using color management 412(4)
Apply trapping 416(1)
Prepare a file for an IRTS or dye 417(1)
sublimation printer, or an imagesetter
Preparing files for other applications
Photoshop to QuarkXPress 418(1)
Photoshop to InDesign 418(1)
Photoshop to After Effects 418(1)
Photoshop to Illustrator 419(14)
Photoshop to CorelDRAW 10 420(1)
Save an image as an EPS 421(2)
Save an image as a DCS 2.0 423(1)
Save an image as a TIFF 424(1)
Save an RGB image as a BMP or PICT 425(1)
Producing duotones
Produce a duotone 426(1)
Print a grayscale image using a Pantone 427(1)
Color reproduction basics
Enter custom CMYK settings 428(1)
Save a Color Setting preset incorporating 429(1)
your custom CMYK settings
Create a custom proof setup 430(1)
Correct out-of-gamut colors 431(1)
Color correction: a first glance 432(1)
The basis 433(50)
Image size 435(1)
Compression 436(1)
GIF 437(1)
Color depth 438(1)
JPEG 438(1)
PNG-8 and PNG-24 439(1)
Dithering 440(1)
Anti-aliasing 441(1)
The ImageReady toolbox 442(1)
Optimize an image in the GIF or PNG-8 443(3)
Create a master palette for optimized 446(1)
images in ImageReady
Apply a master palette to an image 447(1)
Use weighted optimization 447(1)
Use the ImageReady previews 448(1)
Jump To 448(1)
Quick-optimize 449(1)
Create and apply a droplet 449(1)
Optimize an image in the JPEG or PNG-24 450(2)
Make flat-color areas Web-safe 452(22)
Preview potential browser dither in an 453(1)
optimized image
Controlling dithering 453(1)
Preview Windows and Mac gamma values 454(1)
Change the gamma for an optimized file 454(1)
Preview an optimized image in a browser 455(1)
on your system
Save a file in ImageReady 456(1)
Save an optimized file in ImageReady 456(1)
Update an existing HTML file 457(1)
Change a Web page title or embed 458(1)
copyright information
Enter type in ImageReady 459(1)
Tips for creating online type 459(2)
Slice an image using a command 461(1)
Slice an image manually 462(1)
Create a layer based slice 463(1)
Convert an auto slice or a layer based 463(1)
slice into a user slice
Delete slices 463(1)
Resize user slices 464(1)
Slice an image into multiple links 465(1)
Change the stacking position of a slice 466(1)
Align user slices along a common edge 466(1)
Evenly distribute user slices along a 467(1)
common axis
Create a layer-based image map 467(1)
Create a tool-based image map 468(1)
Change an image map from layer based to 469(1)
tool based
Hide/show image maps 469(1)
Select an image map 470(1)
Delete an image map 470(1)
Align tool-based image maps along a 470(1)
common edge
Evenly distribute tool-based image maps 470(1)
along a common axis
Optimize an individual slice 471(1)
Copy optimization settings from one slice 471(1)
to another
Link slices 472(1)
Unlink slices 472(1)
Attach an Alt tag to a slice or to an 473(1)
entire image
Create a rollover for a slice 474(4)
Create a rollover using a layer effect 477(1)
Create a layer-based rollover 478(1)
Use the Match command to apply attributes 478(1)
from the current layer
Use the Unify buttons to apply changes from 479(3)
the active layer
Preview a rollover in ImageReady 480(1)
Preview a rollover in a Web browser 480(1)
Create a secondary rollover 481(1)
Create a button for a Web page 482(1)
GIF animations 483(20)
Move layer imagery across an image via 484(2)
Make imagery fade in or out 486(1)
Remove frames from an animation 486(1)
Choose options for animation playback 486(1)
Preview an animation 487(1)
Create a rocking animation 488(1)
Edit an animation 489(1)
Make an existing animation reverse itself 489(1)
to the first frame
Apply a second animation effect to an 490(1)
existing animation
Make a rollover trigger an animation 491(12)
Create a warped type animation 492(1)
Remove or adjust warped type 493(1)
Save a GIF animation 493(1)
Optimize an animation 494(1)
Ways to slim an animation down 494(1)
Layer effects
Apply layer effects in ImageReady 495(1)
Remove a layer effect 496(1)
Other layer features in ImageReady 496(1)
Apply a style to a layer 497(1)
Preserve a layer effect as a style 498(1)
Background tiling
Create a tile for an HTML background 499(1)
Preview an image as a tiled background 500(1)
Attach an HTML tile file as a background 501(1)
for an image
Remove an HTML tile background or solid 501(1)
color from an image
Use Photoshop's Save for Web dialog box 502(1)
Appendix A: Keyboard shortcuts 503(18)
Index 521