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Similar to Illustrator, is there something like CMD + 3 that would let me hide selected layers?

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Just want to say in Photoshop CC, there is a shortcut assigned to it cmd + ,

You can access it if you are already in 'Essentials' workspace.

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CMD + ' toggles the grid view. –  Carl Edwards Feb 15 at 17:54
I mentioned cmd + <comma> not <apostrophe>? –  Divya Manian Feb 17 at 15:15
That seemed to do the trick. –  Carl Edwards Feb 17 at 16:59
If you correct your answer (change the apostrophe to a comma) I'll mark this as correct. –  Carl Edwards Feb 17 at 17:11
Hi Carl, but it is already as a comma. I can remove the quotes around that. –  Divya Manian Feb 19 at 6:48

By default there is no option but I know an unused combination is Shift+Ctrl+M.

You can set it by going to Keyboard Shortcuts

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Then it'll also show up on your menu

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New one on me. Thanks :) –  Scott Aug 13 '14 at 15:22
+1 - May want to add that if Shift+Ctrl+M doesn't appear beside 'Hide Layers' its because it hasn't been set as such in Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts within the layer section. I just had to set mine for this to work. –  Brian Dillingham Aug 13 '14 at 15:29
@Brian woops my mistake I must've set it and forgot it wasn't a default –  Ryan Aug 13 '14 at 15:31
Kudos for knowing it regardless =) I learned something new. –  Brian Dillingham Aug 13 '14 at 15:42
Thanks! Any ideology behind using that particular key combo aside from its availability? –  Carl Edwards Aug 13 '14 at 17:05

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