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    •  
      • Start Adobe Photoshop CS3
      • Learn how to open and save an image
      • Use organizational and management features
      • Examine the Photoshop window
      Chapter Lessons Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 OVERVIEW
      • Use the Layers and History palette
      • Learn about Photoshop by using Help
      • View and print an image
      • Close a file and exit Photoshop
      Chapter Lessons Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 OVERVIEW
      • What is Photoshop?
        • An image editing program used to create and modify digital images
      • What is a digital image?
        • A picture in an electronic form
      Using Photoshop Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 INTRODUCTION
      • What can Photoshop be used for?
        • Create original artwork
        • Manipulate color images
        • Retouch photographs
        • Repair damaged images
        • Create images for Web pages
      Using Photoshop Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 INTRODUCTION
    • Understanding Platform Interfaces
      • Use Photoshop in two interfaces:
        • Windows and Macintosh
      • Differences are slight; for example:
        • Use [ Ctrl ] and [ Alt ] keys in Windows
        • Use [ command ] and [ option ] keys in Macintosh
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 INTRODUCTION
    • Where to Obtain Images
      • Create original artwork in Photoshop
      • Use images downloaded from the World Wide Web
      • Use scanned images or images taken with a digital camera
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 INTRODUCTION
    • Start Adobe Photoshop CS3 File Formats
      • Use Photoshop to open and create different kinds of file formats
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 1 various
    • Understanding Images
      • An image is made up of dots called pixels
      • In Photoshop, you can add, delete, or modify individual pixels or groups of pixels
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 1
    • Start Photoshop (Windows)
      • Click the Start button on the taskbar
      • Point to All Programs , then click Adobe Photoshop CS3
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 1 Start Button
    • Start Photoshop (Macintosh)
      • Double-click the hard drive icon, then double-click the Adobe Photoshop CS3 folder
      • Double-click the Adobe Photoshop CS3 program icon
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 1 Hard drive icon Program icon
    • Creating a New File
      • Click File on the menu bar
      • Click New
      • Enter the required width in the Width text box
      • Enter the required height in the Height text box
      • Click OK
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 1
    • Learn How to Open and Save an Image Saving a File Options
      • Use Save As to save a file under a new name and to preserve a copy of the original file
      • Open a file in one file format (e.g., .BMP) and save it in another file format (e.g., .JPG)
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 2
    • Setting Preferences
      • Use the Preferences dialog box to customize how files are opened in Photoshop
      • Options include:
        • Using Open Recent to locate and open files recently worked on
        • Changing the Image Preview to thumbnails
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 2
    • Using the File Browser
      • Examine files on your computer
      • Organizational options include:
        • Sort
        • Rank
        • Flag
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 2
    • Using Adobe Bridge Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 2 Rated and Approved file Approved file
    • File Info Dialog Box
      • Purposes of the File Info dialog box
        • Identify a file
        • Add a caption or other text to a file
        • Add a copyright notice to a file
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 2
    • Opening a File I
      • Use the File menu to open a file:
        • Click File on the menu bar, then click Open
        • Click the Look in or From list arrow
        • Navigate to the location of the file
        • Click the file, then click Open
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 2
    • Opening a File II
      • Use the File Browser to open a file:
        • Click the File Browser tab in the palette well
        • Navigate to the location of the file
        • Double-click the file thumbnail to open it in Photoshop
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 2
    • Adobe Bridge Window Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 2 Folders tab Resizing slider
    • Using the Save As Command
      • Use the Save As command to save an existing file with a new filename:
        • Click File on the menu bar, then click Save As
        • Navigate to the location where you want to save the file
        • Type a new filename, then click Save
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 2
    • Using organizational and management features
      • Version Cue is a file versioning and management feature of the Adobe Creative Suite
      • Bridge Center organizes, opens, saves, and closes files as a group
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 3
    • Examining the Photoshop Window
      • The Workspace includes the following elements:
        • Work area
        • Command menu
        • Tools palette
        • Status bar
        • Palettes
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 4
    • Workspace Elements Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 4 Work Area Tools palette Palettes Status Bar Command menu Dock
    • Customizing the Workspace
      • Customize the workspace by positioning elements to suit your working style
      • To save a workspace:
        • Click Window on the menu bar, point to Workspace , click Save Workspace , type a name, then click Save
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 4
    • Using Tools
      • Use tools in Photoshop to perform actions (e.g., zoom, type text, etc.)
      • Point to a tool to view a ScreenTip that provides the name or function of the tool
      • Check the options bar to view current settings for a selected tool
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 4
    • Using Tool Shortcut Keys
      • Press and hold [ Shift ]
      • Press the tool’s shortcut key (e.g., T for Type Tool)
      • Continue to press [ Shift ] and the shortcut key to cycle through a tool’s hidden tools
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 4
    • Using Palettes
      • Use palettes to verify settings and modify images
      • Each palette consists of multiple palettes
      • Palettes can be separated and moved around the workspace
      • Each palette contains a menu
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 4
    • Palette Example Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 4 Click a tab to make a palette active Click to access the palette menu
    • Use the Layers & History Palettes Understanding Layers
      • What are layers?
        • A section within an image that can be manipulated independently
        • Use layers to control individual elements in an image
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 5
    • Layers Palette
      • The order in which the layers appear in the Layers palette matches the order in which they appear in the image
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 5
    • Layers Palette Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 5 Currently active layer
    • History Palette
      • The History palette contains a record of each task completed in an image
      • The record of an event is called a state
      • The History palette displays up to 20 states
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 5
    • Learn about Photoshop by Using Help
      • Photoshop Help information appears in a browser window
      • Five links are included in the Help window:
        • Using Help, Contents, Index, and Search
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 6
    • Learn about Photoshop by Using Help Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 6
    • View and Print an Image
      • Use the Zoom tool to change views—up to a maximum of 1600%
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 7
    • View and Print an Image
      • Use the Page Setup dialog box to set printing options
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 7
    • Close a File and Exit Photoshop Conclude a Work Session
      • Close the file:
        • Click File on the menu bar, click Close , then click Yes (Win) or Save (Mac)
      • Exit Photoshop:
        • Click File on the menu bar, then click Exit (Win)
        • Click Photoshop on the menu bar, then click Quit (Mac)
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 LESSON 8
    • Chapter 1 Tasks
      • Open a file
      • Examine the workspace
      • Understand palettes
      • Identify layers
      • Use the History palette
      • Use Help
      • View, print, and close a file
      Getting Started with Photoshop CS3 SUMMARY