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Changing the size of the work canvas


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Changing the size of the work canvas

The Canvas Size command lets you add or remove work space around an existing image. You can crop an image by decreasing the canvas area Added canvas appears in the same color or transparency as the background.

To use the Canvas Size command:

Choose Image > Canvas Size.

(Photoshop) Choose the units of measurement you want.

The Columns option measures width in terms of the columns specified in the Rulers & Units preferences For more information see Using columns (Photoshop) on section 44

Do one of the following:

Enter the dimensions you want the canvas to be in the Width and Height boxes.

Select Relative and enter the amount by which you want to increase or decrease the size of the canvas (Enter a negative number to decrease the size of the canvas.)

For Anchor click a square to indicate where to position the existing image on the new canvas.

Click OK.


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