Book Review: Photoshop 7 Power Shortcuts
Photoshop 7 Power Shortcuts, by Michael Ninness. 200 pp. New Riders, 2003. $19.99
would a Photoshop
book with no
how-to’s, and tons of shortcuts grab you? If you’re a seasoned Photoshop user or one who wants to boost your skill and productivity, you’ll probably shout "hooray!"
begins with "15 Tips You Must Learn" and concludes with "11 Best Kept Secrets," shortcuts
to dazzle your
all, Photoshop 7 Power Shortcuts delivers
more than 600
many of which
don’t appear in the manual or in Photoshop’s
menus. The shortcuts
are not limited
5.5, and 6.0
are also covered,
as well as ImageReady
versions 3 and
Each shortcut is coded to indicate which applications it applies to, and gives instructions for Mac and Windows. Especially handy is a three page chart for the tools in the Toolbar listing their icons and names, the versions they appear in and their keyboard equivalents. This book is an affordable, must-have reference tool for all serious Photoshop users.
Copyright ©2003 by Elsa Travisano. This article appeared in the May 2003 issue of Newsbreak, the newsletter of MUG ONE - Macintosh User Group of Oneonta, NY.