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COPY ONE LAYER, OR COPY 'EM ALL

If you're working on a layered document, and you make a selection and copy that selection, by default Photoshop only copies the information on your currently active layer (and that's a good thing). However, there may be times when you want to copy your selection as if the image was flattened (in other words, you want to copy everything on all visible layers). If that's the case, press Command-Shift-C (PC: Control-Shift-C), and you'll copy as if the image was flattened, not just on the active layer.

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