which has the first option as zoom in and zoom out.
Control plus and Control minus.
Which we usually do.
After that fit to the screen, the image has to be fitted on the full screen.
100%, if you want to show 100 % quality of the picture.
200, the size of the picture will be doubled.
Print size, which means how this will come out when we will print it, is displayed here.
After that, there are different screen modes, the shortcut is F which brings the full screen, see in this way.
If you want to work on full screen, then you can use this.
Pressing F again will bring back the original work area.
Hope you are able to understand me!
Rulers, you can use rulers from here as well,
Here you have to click and bring the line here and drop it,
Which means, ruler is used measure anything in the image,
Bring the line here and leave it.
Now, these are your measurements.
Keeping this in mind, You can place your things now.
After that edge of the layer, the border which you are able to see on the layer.
If you want to see or check layer edges,
See in this way we will remove this, from here you can see in this way if you want to..
Let's remove layer edges.
If you want to see the grid, you can.
After that, here the lines that we create are known as guidelines.
After keeping guidelines, you can lock it if you wish to do so then “lock guideline”.
After locking, clear, if you want to delete, clear guidelines.
If you want New guidelines at exactly on some number then .
See here I want a vertical guideline, and at 3 pixels, click okay ,and see it comes exactly at 3.
New guideline again, horizontally, 4 okay.
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The menu bar, which is positioned at the very top of Adobe Photoshop, is one of its most basic features. The navigation bar allows you to open and save files, change the canvas size, access several editing tools, open and close other windows, and more.
Start Photoshop by pressing and holding Alt+Control+Shift (Windows) or Option+Command+Shift (Mac OS).
The toolbar vanished since the window had unchecked the toolbars Adjustments, Color, Layer, Option, and Tools. The interface will return to normal if we go to the menu "Window" and pick the above toolbar again.