Please Help! CS3 Question

Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by Nalewaja, Sep 9, 2009.

  1. Nalewaja macrumors newbie

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    Hey, so I am new with adobe photo-shop, and I'm using CS3. I have watched many tutorials, and have notice that some people are able to have many project windows open at once. On mine, i am only able to see one project at a time; thus, making it impossible to drag and drop from window to window. Is this feature something new, which is only available on CS4, or is there a way I can configure my program to run like this? Thanks for your help :D
    -Mike
     
  2. Consultant macrumors G5

    Consultant

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    Read the documentation.

    Sounds like you didn't buy it.

    Very simple key to make it work.
     
  3. Nalewaja thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Honestly, my uncle is the one who gave me the program. Thanks anyway.
     
  4. NathanCH macrumors 65816

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    Ignore Consultant. Clearly he has no idea, and therefore decided to act like a douche. Whether you have the trial, bought it, or didn't buy it, you still have the so-called "documentation" built into the Photoshop Help section, so that's no reason to not help you. Assuming someone pirated it because they're not familiar with a very advanced program is stupid on your part.

    Anyways, press "F" on your keyboard to cycle through a variety of viewing modes. Some take over the screen, but there is one that allows you to have multiple floating windows open. Another trick is to press "Tab" if you ever need more space on your screen - it hides all the pallet windows. :)
     
  5. Nalewaja thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Hey, thanks a bunch! Yes, I am very new to photo-shop. Also, quite frankly, I have much trepidation towards pirated programs. So, no, it is not pirated haha.
     

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