HELP: any better way to use Photoshop 7?

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Richard L
Nov 19, 2003
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Greetings. I use PS 7 mostly for color and tonal adjustments. I usually do this by loading about 30 image at a time. But going thru Image/Adjustments to get the each adjustment screen up for level, curves, color balance, etc,etc is driving me crazy. Is there a way I can put these screens up in the work area or replace those color/swatch/styles/history/etc windows(on the right side) with color and tonal adjustment screens?

TIA
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tom187
Nov 19, 2003
"Richard L" wrote:

Greetings. I use PS 7 mostly for color and tonal adjustments. I usually do this by loading about 30 image at a time. But going thru Image/Adjustments to get the each adjustment screen up for level, curves, color balance, etc,etc is driving me crazy. Is there a way I can put these screens up in the work area or replace those color/swatch/styles/history/etc windows(on the right side) with color and tonal adjustment screens?

That’s what keyboard shortcuts are for. CTRL-L, CTRL-M, CTRL-B, CTRL-U are probably the four most important for your needs as you describe them. Someone around here — Trevor, I believe — has posted the comprehensive list of shortcuts for Photoshop 7.0.1. Get a copy and learn it.
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Richard L
Nov 20, 2003
Thanks.
Richard L
"Tom Thomas" wrote in message
"Richard L" wrote:

Greetings. I use PS 7 mostly for color and tonal adjustments. I usually
do
this by loading about 30 image at a time. But going thru
Image/Adjustments
to get the each adjustment screen up for level, curves, color balance, etc,etc is driving me crazy. Is there a way I can put these screens up in the work area or replace those color/swatch/styles/history/etc windows(on the right side) with color and tonal adjustment screens?

That’s what keyboard shortcuts are for. CTRL-L, CTRL-M, CTRL-B, CTRL-U are probably the four most important for your needs as you describe them. Someone around here — Trevor, I believe — has posted the comprehensive list of shortcuts for Photoshop 7.0.1. Get a copy and learn it.
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Tom

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vizrosplugins
Nov 21, 2003
They are some short-cut keys, but forget what exactly they are…

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"Richard L" …
Greetings. I use PS 7 mostly for color and tonal adjustments. I usually do this by loading about 30 image at a time. But going thru Image/Adjustments to get the each adjustment screen up for level, curves, color balance, etc,etc is driving me crazy. Is there a way I can put these screens up in the work area or replace those color/swatch/styles/history/etc windows(on the right side) with color and tonal adjustment screens?
TIA
Richard L

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