Cannot find the way to RESET a tab from the ACR menu panels

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Mar 12, 2021 Mar 12, 2021

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Hello members, I am a recent subsriber of Photoshop CC, but a long time user of Photoshop and I am now trying to become familiar with all the functions and interface of ACR and Photoshop CC 2021.  This question is regarding the difficulty I am having in finding a way to reset A TAB from the panels to the default setup.  I have tried everything I can imagine (right-clicking on the tab, looking all over the panel, including the 3 dot-dot-dot, where you can find the reset the imagen to the orignal as open (in which case I will loose other settings I was satisifed with).

So I am looking for some guidence here between the more expert and experienced users to please help me out to find how to reset an specific TAB.

Here is an image in which I tried to explain:

Rocio_Lopez-Bretzlaff_0-1615613181909.png

Thank you for reding this plea, and suggesting some solutions.

Rocio LB

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System Information: Photoshop CC 2021 v22.2 | PC Desktop | Windows 10 64-bit | Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770K CPU@3.5GHz 3.50GHz | 16GB RAM

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 13, 2021 Mar 13, 2021

To reset settings in each individual panel (e.g. Basic, Curve, etc) you need to press and hold the Option /Alt key at which point the panel name 'Basic' will change to 'Reset Basic' and 'Curve' will change to 'Reset Curve', etc. Click on the extended name to reset the panel to panel default settings.

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To reset settings in each individual panel (e.g. Basic, Curve, etc) you need to press and hold the Option /Alt key at which point the panel name 'Basic' will change to 'Reset Basic' and 'Curve' will change to 'Reset Curve', etc. Click on the extended name to reset the panel to panel default settings.

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Ian, thank you for your response... It did resolved the mystery!! 

I wonder why such a basic feature is so, so hidden.

Anyway, thanks again for the response and I am sorry I did not responded before, I probably missed the email notification of your response on March 13. Have a good weekend!

 

Rocio

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System Information: Photoshop CC 2021 v22.2 | PC Desktop | Windows 10 64-bit | Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770K CPU@3.5GHz 3.50GHz | 16GB RAM

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