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Secrets of Adobe Bridge: Making the Most of Adobe Creative Suite 2 by Terry White

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1. Navigating the Interface

If you’ve used the File Browser in previous versions of Photoshop, then you’re going to feel right at home in the Bridge. By default the Bridge is a one window application divided into four panes. The upper-left pane contains your Favorites and Folders. The pane on the middle left is your Preview palette, and this is the area that will show you the contents of a file that you select. The pane on the lower left contains your Metadata and Keywords palettes. The biggest window to the right is the thumbnail view.

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Navigating to a Folder of Images

In order to get started with the Bridge, the first thing you’ll need to do ...

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