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In Photoshop CS5 there was a button at the top bar of the program where you could toggle rulers / grids (it was a square button and the had a ruler-looking border). I'd like to know how I can get this to show in CS6.

What I'm talking about:
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As a new user of CS6, it's very irritating that PS does not provide a starter manual. In particular they should provide a list of keyboard shortcuts, especially that these are now the only way of accessing some features. Maybe I missed something obvious somewhere? –  user5409 Aug 3 '12 at 7:09
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I can't find it either. So they either moved it into oblivion or they just got rid of it.

I would recommend the hotkeys/shortcuts:

CTRL + ' = Toggle grid

CTRL + R = Toggle rulers

These are much faster than moving the mouse around and pressing buttons anyways!

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It's true. It fell off into the bit bucket when they were building the new UI, and nobody could find it. :) I've always used Ctl-R, so I never missed it. –  Alan Gilbertson Jun 5 '12 at 0:48
    
Thanks, shortcuts are what I started using –  Ayub Jun 6 '12 at 1:08
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You can find it at the View menu (along with rulers, grid, snap to, etc.)

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Well none of those work for me. when I clicked view and clicked rulers, the rulers still do not appear. –  user18794 Jan 8 at 14:27
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Rulers and grids are in the View Panel. Rulers are directly in view panel and and grid is hidden in show. Hope this helps

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View panel?? No such thing in any version of Photoshop I have. –  Scott Aug 6 '12 at 10:49
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