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Moving All Layers

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#1 Yunalesca


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Posted 02 March 2006 - 03:57 PM

I'm currently attempting at working on a wallpaper (my first graphic project ever lol)... but I realized it would be best if the figure was on one side and not the center... how do I select all layers so I can move the whole thing? I use photoshop v7 btw

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#2 stevealmighty


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Posted 03 March 2006 - 07:39 AM

On your palletes to the right, click on the "Layers" pallete. If you don't have the Layers pallete showing, go to "Window>Show Layers", and your layers pallete will appear. Now, on the top layer of your layers pallete there is an eyeball, followed to the right of it by a paint brush. Each layer below it has the same boxes, but they are empty. You can click in the box of the layer that you want to link together, and a "chain" will appear. You layer is now linked. Click the chain to unlink the layer. To link them all together, simply click and hold the top layer that's not linked (the first layer with the empty box) and drag your mouse down to the bottom layer (still in the same box) and release the click. Now, all your layers are locked, and may be moved together at the same time using the Move tool. I'll post a picture on where the boxes are located. Please let me know if there is anything else.

Hope it helps! :thumbsup:

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