Short Cuts in Adobe Photoshop Elements

Short cuts are valuable tools when working with computers. In this section you will find a list of the short cuts used in Adobe Photoshop Elements for the most important tools and options. These short cuts make working with Photoshop Elements much simpler and more efficient.

Short cuts are valuable tools when working with computers. In this section you will find a list of the short cuts used in Adobe Photoshop Elements for the most important tools and options. These short cuts make working with Photoshop Elements much simpler and more efficient. This list offers a small overview of the different short cuts. More information about the short cuts is displayed in the program in the menu and the individual tools.

 

Selection of tools

  • [A]         Path Selection Tool
  • [B]         Brush Tool
  • [C]         Crop Tool 
  • [E]          Eraser Tool
  • [F]          Smart Brush Tool
  • [G]         Gradient Tool
  • [H]         History Brush Tool
  • [I]           Eyedropper Tool
  • [J]          Healing Brush Tool
  • [K]         Paint Bucket Tool
  • [L]          Lasso Tool
  • [M]        Rectangular Marquee Tool / Elliptical Marquee Tool
  • [N]         Pencil Tool
  • [O]         Dodge, Burn, Sponge Tool
  • [P]         Straighten Tool
  • [Q]         Cookie Cutter Tool
  • [R]         Blur, Sharpen, Smudge Tool
  • [S]          Clone / Pattern Stamp Tool
  • [T]          Text / Type Tool
  • [U]         Rectangle Tool
  • [V]         Move Tool
  • [W]        Recompose Tool
  • [Y]          Red Eye Removal Tool
  • [Z]          Zoom Tool
  • …            and so forth


More interesting short cuts

  • [ctrl] + [+]           Enlarge
  • [ctrl] + [-]            Reduce
  • [ctrl] + [Z]           Back
  • [ctrl] + [N]          New file
  • [ctrl] + [S]           Save file
  • [ctrl] + [W]         Close file
  • [ctrl] + [P]           Print
  • [ctrl] + [C]           Copy
  • [ctrl] + [V]          Paste
  • [ctrl] + [L]           Correct tonal value
  • [ctrl] + [U]          Adjust shade of colour and saturation
  • …                            and so forth      
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