- Using the Application frame
- Using tabbed document windows
- Arranging document windows
- Changing the zoom level
- Rotating the view
- Changing the screen mode
- Changing the color behind the image
- Configuring the panels
- Customizing the menus
- Saving workspaces
- Restoring the default workspace
- Using the Application bar
- Using the Options bar
Changing the screen mode ★
The screen modes control which Photoshop interface features are displayed.
To change screen modes: ★
- Press F to cycle through the screen modes, or from the Screen Mode menu on the Application bar,A choose one of the following:
- Standard Screen Mode (the default mode) to display the Application frame (if turned on) document windows, menu bar, Application bar, Options bar, and the panels, with the Desktop visible behind everything. This is the only mode in which a tabbed document window resizes dynamically as you hide or show the panels or resize the panel docks.B–C
- Full Screen Mode with Menu Bar to display the image on a large gray (default color) background, obscuring the Desktop, with the Application bar, menu bar, Options bar, and panels visible.
- Full Screen Mode to display the image on a black (default color) background, with the Options bar, Application bar, menu bar, and taskbar/dock hidden, and with the panels visible only on rollover (see the last set of instructions on the next page).