Quick Tip | Why are there rulers around my photo?

Quick Tip | Why are there rulers around my photo?

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I get a lot of questions from customers about what to do when Photoshop starts acting like it is in control. I am going to be posting some frequent asked questions from MCP Actions customers and blog visitors.  If you have a quick question about Photoshop you want answered, please email me and I may use it in a future blog entry.  If you have lots of questions on lengthier topics, please contact me for details on my MCP one on one training.

 

Question: “Why are there rulers around my photo?  I do not want them.”

Answer: To get rid of rulers, go under “view” and click on rulers to uncheck.  If you want rulers and they are not showing, then check it off instead.

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Quick Tip | Why are there rulers around my photo?