Question about Adobe Photoshop CS2 for PC
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When I open a new document in Photoshop CS2, it comes up as normal. However, if I expand the window by dragging it out so I can view the edges of the work area there is a black background behind the working area of the document. In other words, if I open a new document using a black background, I can't see the document because it is black on black.
How do I get rid of this black background?
The expanded area outside your document is called the "workspace". You can change this to any color you want by following these steps:
1) Select the color you want, this will make the selected color into your Foreground color swatch.
2) In the tool palette select the Paint Bucket tool (this tool shares the same space in the tool palette as the gradient tool).
3) Make sure your window is large enough for you to see the workspace.
4) Hold down the Shift key and at the same time click the paint bucket in the workspace.
This will change the color of the workspace to the color you chose as your foreground color in step 1.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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