How to Disable Slices in Photoshop CS5


Adobe Photoshop CS5 slices, or Web compatible subsections, are useful for creating websites; however, when slices are no longer required, clearing them removes the overlay that dims the appearance of unselected slices as well as the grid-like lines that enable you to resize slices. Clear slices permanently by disabling them and saving the file with a new name if you're disabling slices that you also need to keep for future use. You can also temporarily disable slices by disabling and hiding the file's non-printing Extras.

  • Click "File" and "Open" to select the Photoshop file that contains slices.

  • Select "View" and "Clear Slices." This action removes both user and layer-based slices.

  • Choose "View" and "Show," then click "None" to temporarily disable and hide the slices. Note that active guides, grids and text baselines will also be hidden from view.

  • Choose "File" and "Save As" to rename this file. Renaming a file that contains disabled slices preserves the original for future use.

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