Adobe Photoshop Shortcut Keys for Graphics Designers

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Adobe Photoshop Shortcut Keys

We’ve already shared about different Microsoft Products shortcut keys. Which will be really helpful for minimizing your action performing time while working on a project or a specific designing;

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You can check all the above articles to learn shortcut keys about the different product  but in this, we are discussing Adobe Photoshop Shortcut Keys, those will be absolutely helpful for graphic designers;

About Photoshop: Adobe Photoshop is a raster graphics editor developed and published by Adobe Systems for macOS and Windows. Photoshop was created in 1988 by Thomas and John Knoll

Adobe Photoshop Shortcut Keys

  • Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S                         Save the opened document for Web
  • Ctrl+Shift+P                                To change Page Setup for printing
  • Alt+Ctrl+P                                   Print the opened document with preview
  • Alt+Shift+Ctrl+I                          To display the info of the opened file
  • Ctrl+Q                                         Used to exit from Adobe Photoshop
  • Ctrl+Z                                         To undo/redo the last changes
  • Alt+Ctrl+Z                                   Go to one step backward
  • Shift+Ctrl+Z                                Go to one step forward
  • Ctrl+X or F2                                 Used to cut the selected area
  • Ctrl+C or F3                                 Used to copy the selected area
  • Ctrl+V or F4                                 Used to Paste the copied value
  • Ctrl+L                                          To adjust the color levels
  • Alt+Shift+Ctrl+L                           To adjust the auto Contrast
  • Ctrl+B                                          Used to adjust the Color and Tone balance
  • Ctrl+U                                          Used to adjust the Hue/Saturation
  • Ctrl+Alt+X                                    Used to Extract the selected area
  • Ctrl+I                                           Used to Invert
  • Ctrl+N                                          Used to insert new Layer
  • Ctrl+J                                           Used to move Layer via copy
  • Ctrl+Shift+J                                  Used to move Layer via cut
  • Ctrl+G                                          To create the Group of layers
  • Shift+Ctrl+G                                 To create the ungroup of layers
  • Ctrl+E                                          Used to Merge the Layers
  •  Ctrl+Shift+E                                Used to Merge Visible
  • Ctrl+A                                          Used to select all
  • Ctrl+D                                          Used to deselect all
  • Alt+Ctrl+A                                    Used to select all layers
  • Shift+Ctrl+D                                 Used to reselect
  • Alt+Ctrl+X                                    Used to extract the selected image
  • Shift+Ctrl+X                                 Used to Liquify the selected image
  • Alt+Shift+Ctrl+X                           To create the Pattern Preview
  • Ctrl+F                                           Used to view the last Filter
  • Ctrl++ or Ctrl+=                            Used to apply Zoom in
  • Ctrl+-                                            Used to apply Zoom out
  • Ctrl+0                                           Used to view as Fit on screen
  • Ctrl+R                                           Used to display the Rulers
  • F9                                                 Used to display the Actions panel
  • F5                                                 Used to display the Brushes panel
  • F6                                                 Used to display the Color panel

Wrapping it up

I hope those keys will definitely help you to increase your productivity, And we are looking forward to seeing your favorite shortcut keys in the comment section and why. Also please inform us if we forgot to include some special shortcut keys;

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