Adobe Photoshop's grid lines are useful during some stages of the editing process but not others. The grid lines over your canvas help to position different layers, center them or align them with one another. But since the grid lines do not appear on the printed picture, they may mislead you about how the image will actually look. They may also prevent you from properly viewing selection edges or an image's colors. You can remove the grid lines from the program's "View" menu.
Click "View" from the menu bar.
Click "Show." The "Show" sub-menu will pop out to the right.
Click "Grid" to remove the grid lines.
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