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The items in this menu let you grab layers, pick colors, use Quick Mask mode, and more.
Here's what you discover on this new menu:
This command grabs everything on the current layer.
Use this command to get rid of the marching ants around a selection.
If you didn’t mean to deselect a selection, use this command to get the selection back.
Choose this item if you select an area and want to flip-flop the selection to select the part that’s not selected
This option selects all the layers in your image so you don’t have to choose them one at a time.
Choose this option to let go of all of the layers in your document.
This item grabs all the layers in your document that are the same type, like Adjustment layers, Type layers, and so on.
Use this feature to grab all of the areas in your image that are similar in color to the current selection.
In Photoshop CS5, this command was not only revamped but also renamed (it used to be Refine Edge). It’s crucial for fine-tuning the edges of your selection or mask.
This option lets you tweak the edge of your current selection by expanding or shrinking it, feathering it, grabbing just its border, or smoothing it. Page 166 has more info.
This command finds and grabs pixels that match the colors around the area you’ve selected.
Like the Grow command, this option finds all the pixels in your image that match the selected area’s colors, but it finds similar-colored pixels anywhere in your image.
This command lets you resize the currently selected area with a bounding box (just like Free Transform).
This option temporarily covers your image with a red overlay, or mask, letting you create or fine-tune a selection visually
This command lets you activate a selection you previously saved so you can use it again
Use this option to save your selection for future use.
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