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  • DJ Dubovsky
    Thanks Sharon,
    Now alot more members will be able to find this excellent tip whether they are looking for it or not.

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  • Mig
    I did not know that. Very useful tip - thanks.

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  • Sharon
    started a topic Merge Layers Tip

    Merge Layers Tip

    In PhotoShop Versions 5 & 6, to have a flattened layer above your individual layers you do the following:

    1. Create a new layer above all your other layers.
    2. Hold down the Alt key.
    3. Go to Layers, Merge Visible

    Now your have a flattened version plus all your individual layers.

    Control + E merges down.
    Last edited by Sharon; 12-12-2001, 03:31 PM.

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