This post may contain affiliate links, which provide me with a small compensation when you purchase your products through my links. Thank you for your support!
I love using shortcuts when I’m scrapbooking!
They shave off seconds here and there and make everything go smoother! In today’s lesson, I share some common ones that are used often and are the same in both Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. Whether it is moving elements around or moving your workspace to better see part of it, these shortcuts will be used over and over again!
Here is the video where I walk through the shortcuts and show them in action:
Here is the list of shortcuts:
- h: hand tool
- v: move tool
- t: text tool
- l: lasso tool
- m: marquee tool
- e: eraser tool
- u: custom shape tool
- c: crop tool
- cmd/ctrl a: select all
- cmd/ctrl c: copy
- cmd/ctrl v: paste
Now its your turn to practice and give them a try! Grab today’s free mini or a different one from the Resource Library!
Here is today’s mini:
Remember, if you’ve been here before, just click on the library button and enter the password! If you are brand new, quickly fill out the form below and follow the instructions to access lots of freebies!
If you love to digital scrapbook and are looking for some inspiration to get you motivated, join my 30 Day Email Course:
In this course, I help you outline, plan, gather and scrap a family scrapbook to be enjoyed for many years to come! The course is Free and you’ll get the first email, with the first set of instructions the day after you sign up! If you have an album you’ve been wanting to scrap but not sure where to begin, this course is for you! Click to sign up today!
And if you want to save this for later or share with a friend, feel free to pin the image below to Pinterest!