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Turn off hyphenation in the Paragraph properties palette. See the image below. Remove the check mark you see there.


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Alex's answer is kind of right, but the area specifically is called the canvas and the canvas makes up the document window. You can see this when you are choosing a custom color for it, Photoshop calls it the Custom Canvas Color -- though I'll be the first to admit that it's kind of a misleading name considering the image itself also can be called a canvas. ...


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Learn to dodge and burn. There are many ways to do this, the 3 most common are: Dodge and Burn Tool Brush set to Lighten or Darken Curves Adjustment Masked In Dodge and Burn Tool Create a new layer with 50% gray set to Soft Light. Some people even create two of these layers. Name it/them Dodge and Burn. Then use the Dodge and Burn tool to fix the ...


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I don't think I really understood the description. If you want to make a circle just like the one in your first example, you could do it this way. Draw a circle with the Ellipse tool. Make sure it's a Shape. Cmd + C ( Copy ) - Makes a copy of the Path you just made for the Shape Cmd + V ( Paste ) - Duplicates the Path Cmd + T ( Free transform ) - To ...


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This is called the Options panel


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Just click inside the selection area with one of the selection tools. Alternatively, try Select > Deselect.


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Create one of your spokes inside a circle with no fill or stroke (this is so you can rotate around the center of the circle) Apply the Transform effect (Effect → Transform & Distort → Transform...) with an angle that is a divisor of 360 and enough copies to fill 360 degrees.


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This is called the Document Window


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You simply can not prepare an exact two dimensional file for a Sphere. This has being the problem for making acurate maps of the earth and visual apealing at the same time. Here is a recopilation of diferent maps trying "to solve" the problem: http://www.otake.com.mx/Apuntes/Imagen/EnviromentMaps/Maps.html What you can do is a projection. What type of ...


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I don't know how you're getting that result, but the simple solution is to pan from one artboard to another. Hold down the spacebar and move your mouse to move around the screen.


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There is not a possibility to change the layer of multiple layers at once. There are, however, two possible workarounds: Place the layers you want to affect into a folder, and change the folder's Layer Style. Change the Layer Style of one layer the way you want it, then Alt+click and drag the 'fx' icon from one layer entry in the Layers pallette to every ...


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Yes there are different methods to send a file. In all cases, a good comunication with the printer is a must. Ryan posted one using alpha channel, this is a transparent image. Another option is to simply send a grayscale image and talking to the printer that you want a spot ink there, other than black. (Image > Mode > Grayscale) A more advanced option is ...


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Your best bet is probably to talk with the printer and find out how the'd want it but I imagine you'd want to provide a single Alpha Channel with the Pantone on it, some might accept it as grayscale though and just tell them what pantone to use when printing. To make the Pantone Image for them if needed: Open the Channel panel and Ctrl/Cmd+Click on the RGB ...


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Try this: Give your icon a drop shadow. Opacity around 25% Distance: 0 Spread: 0 Size: 250 (this is the max Photoshop will allow) Click OK Now turn this shadow into a layer (right click on the 'effect' lext to the layer in the Layers panel and click Create Layer Now for the tricky bit – select the Polygonal Lasso Tool (L) and, holding down Shift, draw ...


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If you need to manually and visually calibrate your transfer curve you can use a trick gamma calibration trick. For visual calibration: Print several different tones next to a 50% line pattern then view the patterns at distance and choose the one that best visually matches your swatch. You can repeat this for 25% and 75% then you can make a curve transfer ...


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What if you create a mask? Instead of deleting that portion you just change the color to the lighter green.


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Open "Levels" and zoom in as close as you can on one of the incorrect pixels. Using the Black Eye Dropper within the Levels window, click on the bad pixel. It will change all pixels of that color (and darker) to pure black.


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Your first example is set to draw dixels, which draws on a layer the size of the full canvas. What you need to do is set you rectangle to draw as a shape layer. With the tool selected, choose Shape from the dropdown in the options bar.


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You need to work on the same layer as the circle, in this case. If you want to keep the circle for reference, then clone that layer and hide the original. Work on the cloned layer of the circle and use your eraser to punch a hole in it.



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