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Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Working with the Layer Comps Panel

3/1/2015 10:12:27 PM
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The Layer Comp are an image or instantaneous of the actual position of the panel of layers. When you create Layer Comp, you record the visibility of layer, the position of a layer in the document, and all the styles of layer applied to the image. The manufacturing changes into the layers in your document and then the update of the panel of Comps of layer creates a new compartment of layer. Any time you want to view a particular Layer Comp, just select it from the Layer Comps panel. Layer Comps create different versions of your document and saves them all in one file, giving you different creative options for the same document. In addition, they give you the option of printing the same document with different variations, by choosing different Layer Comps during printing.

Work with the Layer Comps Panel

 1. Open a document.

2. Click the Window menu, and then click Layer Comps to open the Layer Comps panel.

3. Click the Create New Layer Comp button to create a snapshot of the current state of the image.

4. Select check boxes to adjust a layer’s visibility, position, or appearance (layer style).

5. Click OK.

6. Click the Create New Layer Comp button to create another snapshot of the current state of the image.

7. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to create as many layer comps as you need.

8. Click the left and right arrows to cycle through the current layer comps.

9. Click the Update Layer Comp button to update the selected layer comp to the current state of the image.

10. Click the Layer Comp icon to change the active image to the selected layer comp state.

11. To remove a layer comp, click the Delete Layer Comp button.
 
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