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Correcting mistakes Most operations can be undone if you make a mistake. Alternatively, you can restore all or part of an image to its last saved version. But available memory may limit your ability to use these options. For information on how to restore your image to how it looked at any point in the current work session, see “Reverting to a previous version of an image” on page 38. To undo the last operation: Choose Edit > Undo. If an operation can’t be undone, the command is dimmed and changes to Can’t Undo.
When you experiment with a complex technique or apply an action, take a snapshot first. If you’re not satisfied with the results, you can select the snapshot to undo all the steps. Important: Snapshots are not saved with the image—closing an image deletes its snapshots. Also, unless you select the Allow Non-Linear History option, selecting a snapshot and changing the image deletes all of the states currently listed in the History palette. To create a snapshot: 1 Select a state. 2 To automatically create a snapshot, click the New Snapshot button on the History palette, or if Automatically Create New Snapshot When Saving is selected in the history options, choose New Snapshot from the History palette menu.
Grid spacing, along with guide and grid color and style, is the same for all images. To show or hide a grid or guides: Do one of the following: • (Photoshop) Choose View > Show > Grid. • Choose View > Show > Guides. • Choose View > Extras. This command also shows or hides: (Photoshop) selection edges, target path, slices, and notes, or (ImageReady) selection edges, slices, image maps, text bounds, text baseline, and text selection. ) Using Help | Contents | Index Back 45 Adobe Photoshop Help Looking at the Work Area Using Help | Contents | Index Back 46 To place a guide: 1 If the rulers are not visible, choose View > Rulers.