Below you will find a list of tutorials that will help you get started using Adobe Photoshop quickly. Before going through the tutorials, it’s helpful to know how to create and save documents

To create a new image
Use the New command to create a new, blank image. If you’ve copied a selection to the clipboard, the image dimensions and resolution are automatically based on that image data.
Choose File > New.
If desired, type a name for the image, and set the width and height.
(Photoshop) To match the width and height of the new image to that of any open image, choose a file name from the bottom section of the Windows menu.
(Photoshop) Set the resolution and mode.
Select an option for the contents of the background layer (Photoshop) or first layer (ImageReady) of the image:
White Fills the background or first layer with white, the default background color.
Background Color Fills the background or first layer with the current background color.
Transparent Makes the first layer transparent, with no color values. The resulting document has a single, transparent layer as its contents.
Under Advanced, choose a color profile, or choose Don’t Color Manage This Document. For Pixel Aspect Ratio, choose Square unless you’re using the image for video. In that case, choose another option to use non-square pixels.
When you finish, you can save the settings as a preset by clicking Save Preset, or you can click OK to open the new file.

Opening files

You can open files using the Open command and Open Recent command. In Photoshop, you can also open files using Adobe Bridge.
Sometimes Photoshop may not be able to determine the correct format for a file. This can happen, for example, because the file has been transferred between two operating systems. Sometimes a transfer between Mac OS and Windows can cause the file format to be mislabeled. In such cases, you must specify the correct format in which to open the file.

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