► Caution

The Purge command permanently clears from memory the operation stored by the command or buffer; it cannot be undone.

You can also free memory used by Photoshop by deleting unused layers in the Layers palette. If you notice that you have hidden a layer and are no longer using it, why not throw it out? To delete a layer, select the layer and click the trash can icon at the bottom of the palette. Click Yes when the dialog box asks if you want to delete the selected layer. You can also delete a layer by selecting it and clicking the triangle at the top of the Layers palette. A flyout menu will provide options for the selected layer; select Delete Layer.

CHAPTER 3

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