To display the Info palette:

Choose Window > Info.

The Info palette displays the following information:

• When displaying CMYK values, the Info palette displays an exclamation point next to the CMYK values if the color beneath the pointer or color sampler is out of the printable CMYK color gamut. (See "Identifying out-of-gamut colors (Photoshop)" on page 136.)

• When you use the marquee tool, the Info palette displays the x- and y-coordinates of the pointer position and the width (W) and height (H) of the marquee as you drag.

• When you use the crop tool or zoom tool, the Info palette displays the width (W) and height (H) of the marquee as you drag. The palette also shows the angle of rotation of the crop marquee.

• When you use the line tool, pen tool, or gradient tool or when you move a selection, the Info palette displays the x- and y-coordinates of your starting position, the change in X (DX), the change in Y (DY), the angle (A), and the distance (D) as you drag.

• When you use a two-dimensional transformation command, the Info palette displays the percentage change in width (W) and height (H), the angle of rotation (A), and the angle of horizontal skew (H) or vertical skew (V).

• When you use any color adjustment dialog box (for example, Curves), the Info palette displays the before and after color values of the pixels beneath the pointer and beneath color samplers. (See "Seeing the color values of pixels (Photoshop)" on page 133.)

(ImageReady) The Info palette displays the following information:

• The RGB numeric values for the color beneath the pointer.

• The Opacity value for the pixels beneath the pointer.

• The hexadecimal value for the color beneath the pointer.

• The index color table position for the color beneath the pointer.

• The x- and y-coordinates of the pointer.

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