One of the things people are often surprised at is how users of Photoshop can remember keyboard shortcut keys. These key combinations can speed up a workflow and keep creativity flowing uninterrupted. So regular users will make a point of learning a few, then discovering more as they progress.
There’s lots of cheat sheets out there but what if you’ve changed the shortcut to something you find easier to remember? Well, Photoshop has a built in cheat sheet maker, it’s nothing fancy, but it can be quite handy.
Here’s How To Get The Built-In Cheat Sheet
PC: Edit> Keyboard Shortcuts Or press Alt+Shift+Ctrl+K
Mac: Edit> Keyboard Shortcuts Or press Alt / Option+Shift+Cmd+K
A dialogue box opens;
This is where you change the keyboard shortcuts should you wish. If you have different keyboard shortcuts you may need to choose the one you want the cheat sheet for from the drop down menu.
Next click the Summerize button. (Just as a side note, as a Brit and a teacher, I wish Photoshop had an option for the UK spelling.)
Photoshop will want to save an Htm file, there’s no particular place it should be, your desktop or a temp folder will be fine.
As soon as it’s saved Photoshop will open your file in your default browser. Why an HTM and not a PDF? I have no idea.
So there you are, all ready for you to browse through and, if the mood takes you, learn a few new shortcuts.
- A Simple Magazine Cover Mock Up in Photoshop
- Multiple Layer Styles in Photoshop
- Updates to Adobe Stock
- Did You Forget About Photoshop Express
- How to Create 3D Lego Inspired Bricks in Photoshop and Adobe Project Felix
- 3D Text with Photoshop and Project Felix
- Scatter 3D Text By Letter in Photoshop
- The Beginners’s Guide to the Pen Tool in Photoshop
- Create 3D Glass Text in Photoshop
- Creating a 3D Ground Plane to Match an Image in Photoshop