How to Align an Object in Photoshop CS3


Adobe Photoshop CS3 produces quality effects in graphic designs, with options for projects that have multiple objects and layers. CS3 is Adobe's third installment in digital editing software and includes some of the more basic features that CS4 and CS5 still include. The align feature enables users to bring the layers together and to organize them according to a specific area on the document.

  • Click on the "Move" tool at the top of your tools palette on the left side of your workspace.

  • Hold down the "CTRL" key and click each object layer in the layers palette or on the document.

  • Click "Layer" at the top of your screen, then click "Align" or "Align Layers to Selection."

  • Click the right alignment in the sub-menu that appears Photoshop CS3 gives you five different types of alignment: Top Edges, Vertical Centers, Bottom Edges, Left Edges, Horizontal Centers and Right Edges.

  • Click on each alignment to preview how the objects look in the different alignments and select accordingly to your project's design.

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