Resize panels and the Content area: You can

easily resize your panels and the size of the Content area by dragging the borders (refer to Figure 5-17).

Resize the Bridge window: In the bottom-right area of the Bridge window, you can drag the corner to resize the entire Bridge window (unless you've maximized it already by clicking the Maximize button in the upper-right corner of the window).

Change to Filmstrip view: If you like the default workspace (the way I do) but you'd rather look at your thumbnails in Filmstrip view shown in Figure 5-18, click the Filmstrip view button at the bottom-right of the Bridge window.

Change to Details view: If you're comparing and analyzing your images, you'll want to view them with more image data displayed. The Details view provides a view of each image in the work area, showing more file properties than are displayed in the other views.

Change to the Versions and Alternates view. If you're working with images in Version Cue, you can use this view to compare the different versions or alternatives that were created.

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