Speed Up Your Workflow with a free Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts printable at www.byjacquiesmith.com

 The Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts printable is perfect on your desk or in your planner.

I wanted to pop in today and give you my number one secret to speeding up your workflow.

When I was first using Photoshop learning the keyboard shortcuts seemed overwhelming. I was trying to learn a new program and learning the keyboard shortcuts seemed like an optional extra at the time.

Fast forward to today, learning keyboard shortcuts has really saved me tonnes of time.

Secret to a Speedy Workflow

When you are just starting out it can seem overwhelming to learn keyboard shortcuts.

Of course you don’t need to learn them all at once.

Adding one to memory here and there makes a difference. At some point you will notice that you hardly ever use the menus.

Before you know it your workflow becomes automatic. You find yourself doing tasks without even thinking about the keys you are pressing.

It’s a really cool feeling when someone asks you how you do such and such and you can’t remember exactly where to go in the menu. You simply tell them the short key.

Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts

To help you get started or to add a few more to your bank, I have created a Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts printable for your desktop or planner.

The keyboard highlights the tools and their corresponding keys along with a few of my most used keyboard combinations. Not all of them could fit on the graphic so I included a list of other handy shortcuts.

The basics shortcuts apply to programs in general.

The select, image and layers shortcuts are specifically for photoshop. The list is on the reverse side of the planner inserts.

When I first started learning shortkeys the symbols use to trip me up. To help you become familiar with them I have used the symbols for command, option/alt, shift and control instead of writing them.

The printable for your desk is for both US Letter and A4 paper sizes.

The planner dividers come in two sizes. The first is what I call medium, 95x170mm and fits Websters PagesColor Crush“, the Kikki K “Medium” and FilofaxPersonal and Slimline” planners. The second is A5 for 5.75×8.25″ planners and fits the Kikki KLarge“and Filofax “A5“.

I have mine in my Websters Pages ‘Color Crush’ planner, nice and handy.

Success comes when you { Take Action }

Click the image below to download your free Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts printable for your desk or planner.
Add learning one keyboard shortcut each week and speed up your workflow.

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