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Quick question...I opened PhotoShop and the view of PS is bigger than the computer screen. I am able to reduce the width but am not able to reduce the height. How do I get the double arrow to change the screen size?


Hopefully the new Photoshop CC version has the standard greed, green, yellow buttons in the top left area of the window. Clicking the green area should maximize the window so it fits perfectly into your screen. If Adobe took the “stoplight” buttons away in favor of their own design then I’m sure there is a command under the “view” tab in the menu bar that may help or possibly a setting in preferences. If you want to get fancy you could always assign your own keyboard shortcut to maximize windows. The mac doesn’t have a default keyboard short cut built in like command +V or something like that.

Here’s how to set up your own key command:
  1. Open the "System Preferences"
  2. Under the "Hardware" section, click on "Keyboard"
  3. Next, click on "Keyboard Shortcuts" then "Application Shortcuts" (on the left hand box)
  4. Add a shortcut key by clicking on "+" symbol, on the bottom of the right hand box
  5. At the next dialog box, choose "All Applications" for "Application:"
  6. In the "Menu Title :" column, type in "Zoom"
  7. Click on the next column, "Keyboard Shortcut:", then press your preferred keyboard shortcut.
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