Layer Colors in Photoshop Elements – Overview You use layer colors in Photoshop Elements to assign color tags to layers to better organize them. For example, you could color all adjustment layers using the “Red” color, so you can then easily spot adjustment layers in the Layers panel. This lets you organize layers using
Change Item Prices in QuickBooks Desktop Pro: Overview One way to change item prices in QuickBooks Desktop Pro for individual items in the Item List is by opening an item’s “Edit Item” window. Then directly change the item’s price in that window. Alternatively, to change item prices in QuickBooks Desktop Pro for many items
Change the Chart Type in Excel: Overview After creating a chart, you can change the chart type in Excel. Alternatively, you can also choose a different sub-type of the same general chart type you first selected. Either way, note that if you change the chart type, you may lose custom formatting you have applied
Change Templates in Publisher: Overview You can change templates in Publisher to switch a publication’s layout and page design. The ability to change templates in Publisher helps when starting from a blank page design. It lets you change the blank page template to a selected type of publication template, before adding text and pictures.
Timeline Options in Excel: Overview This lesson shows you how to set timeline options in Excel. After inserting a timeline, an “Options” tab within a new “Timeline Tools” contextual tab then appears in the Ribbon. This tab appears in the Ribbon any time you select the timeline within the worksheet. You use the buttons
Zoom a Document in Word: Overview You can easily zoom a document in Word to change its magnification level by using the Zoom slider. The Zoom slider appears in the lower-right corner of the application window. You can click and drag the slider left, towards the minus symbol (-), to shrink the magnification level.
Catalog Settings in Lightroom Classic CC: Overview You can customize the catalog settings in Lightroom Classic CC by using the “Catalog Settings” dialog box. To change the catalog settings in Lightroom Classic CC, select “Edit| Catalog Settings…” from the Menu Bar. Doing this then opens the “Catalog Settings” dialog box. The “General” tab
Ratings in Lightroom Classic CC: Overview You assign ratings in Lightroom Classic CC to files through a “star” system. You can award a photo from zero to five stars. After assigning ratings in Lightroom Classic CC to photos, you can then use filtering and sorting to show only photos with a specific number of