The New Document Dialog
If you’ve updated Photoshop to CC from an older version, you will have noticed a fairly big change in the New Document dialog box. (You can learn how to create new Photoshop documents with the new Start Screen here).
Some long-time Photoshop users are finding the new New Document dialog box to be a bit clunky. If you would prefer to get back to the streamlined “old school” version, which Adobe now calls the “legacy” New Document dialog, here’s how you do it:
1- On the mac, choose Photoshop CC > Preferences > General (shortcut is Cmd + K). On the pc, choose Edit > Preferences > General (shortcut is Ctrl + K)
2 – Click in the checkbox beside Use Legacy “New Document” Interface to enable it.
3 – Click OK to close the Preferences dialog box and next time you create a new document, you’ll see the more familiar legacy New Document dialog box.
4 – If you decide at a later time that you would like the new New document dialog back again, just go back into the same option in Preferences and uncheck it.
Hope you find that useful 🙂
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