Switching and Saving Workspaces in Adobe Photoshop
This tutorial is about saving and switching the workspaces in Photoshop. There exist mainly few saved workspaces that come with the software i.e. essentials, photography, typography, 3d etc. If you want to create another preset for a new workspace, you have to undergo the following steps.
1. Open Photoshop.
2. Right-now, the workspace essentials is set.
3. There are different panels in this workshop but not specific to typing. So, if you need to switch the workspace from essential to typography, click on essentials. From the drop-down menu, select typography.
4. Now, if you look on the right panels of Photoshop, they have changed and replaced with the windows that are required for typing in the documents.
5. Similarly, if you want to do painting, choose the painting workspace by clicking on typography.
6. The panels change again and now, the windows include ‘brush-presets’, layers, swatches, etc..
7. If you want to add typing window too in the painting workspace. Go to windows tab in the main menu and click on ‘paragraph’ and ‘paragraph-styles’ from the drop-down menu.
8. Now, if you look in the right side panel, two paragraph panels are added beside brush presets.
9. Now, save this new workspace. Go to window tab in the main menu. Roll the mouse over workspace and click on new-workspace.
10. Set the name of the workspace and click ok.
11. Now, this workspace is saved in the Photoshop presets. Whenever, you want to use the particular workspace, go to windows, from the workspace fly-out menu, and select the one you need. Viola!