Multiple Views

When retouching or color correcting an image, you may like to make use of a feature that can help you become more proficient in executing your job. The feature populates multiple views of the active document. You can use the populated window(s) to zoom and scroll freely, without affecting the display of the parent window. Furthermore, you can use View ^ Proof Setup to view the duplicate window in another color space. For instance, you can preview how your image will print on your desktop printer while you adjust it in your working space. To do so, simply select the profile for the printer from Proof Setup in the duplicate window—much neater than turning View^ Proof Colors on and off while you make the adjustments. In the same vein, if you are retouching, instead of zooming in and out you can zoom in once in the duplicate window while you retouch in the parent window. To access the feature, choose Window ^ Arrange ^ New Window.

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