To align the contents of layers:

1 Do one of the following:

• To align the content of a layer to a selection border, 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 to the content of the active layer, link the layers you want to align to the active layer. (See "Linking layers" on page 289.)

2 Choose Layer > Align Linked or Layer > Align To Selection, and choose a command from the submenu:

• Top Edges to align the top pixel on the linked layers to the top pixel on the active layer or the top edge of the selection border.

• Vertical Centers to align the vertical center pixel on the linked layers to the vertical center pixel on the active layer or the vertical center of the selection border.

• Bottom Edges to align the bottom pixel on the linked layers to the bottom pixel on the active layer or the bottom edge of the selection border.

• Left Edges to align the left pixel on the linked layers to the left pixel on the active layer or the left edge of the selection border.

• Horizontal Centers to align the horizontal center pixel on the linked layers to the horizontal center pixel on the active layer or the horizontal center of the selection border.

• Right Edges to align the right pixel on the linked layers to the right pixel on the active layer or the right edge of the selection border.

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