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Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Linking and Unlinking Layers

5/25/2013 9:30:48 PM
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If you’re currently looking at the Layers panel, and wondering where the linking button is, don’t worry. It’s not missing; it’s just been moved. Linking multiple layers is a snap. Simply select one or more layers and then click the Link Layers button at the bottom of the Layers panel. You can link two or more layers or groups. Unlike selected multiple layers, linked layers retain their relationship (stay together) until you unlink them, which allows you to move or resize the layers as a unit.

Link Layers

1. Open a multi-layered document.

2. Select the Layers panel.

3. Select two or more layers.

4. Click the Link Layers button, located at the bottom of the Layers panel.

The selected layers are now linked. A link icon appears next to the linked layers.

Unlink Layers

1. Open a multi-layered document that contains links.

2. Select the Layers panel.

3. Select a layer that contains the link icon.

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To unlink several linked layers, select them before continuing.

4. Click the Link Layers button, located at the bottom of the Layers panel.

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To temporarily disable a linked layer, Shift+click the link icon. A red X appears. Shift+click the link icon again to enable it.

 
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