1 Do one of the following:
• To align the content of a layer to a selection, make a selection in the image. Then select a layer in the Layers palette.
• To align the contents of multiple layers to a selection border, make a selection in the image. Then link together the layers you want to align in the Layers palette.
(See "Linking layers" on page 289.
• To align the contents of layers with the content of the active layer, link the layers you want to align to the active layer. (See "Linking layers" on page 289.)
3 Click one or more alignment buttons in the options bar: Align Top Edges "F,Align Vertical Centers -j--, Align Bottom Edges _=Ll, Align Left Edges , Align Horizontal Centers £,or Align Right Edges
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