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I have made a photo collage for a photo board (for a collegues daughters 21st birthday) and made a little bit of a mess of it.

There is one photo I need to change as it is in the wrong possition and ruins the whole thing. Unfortunately I have flattened the file and it is now just one layer. Is there any way to get it back to seperate layers so I can make the changes I need to that one photo?

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Correct answer by Larry G. Schneider | Adobe Community Professional

If you didn't save a separate copy of the unflattened file, then it will not be possible to go back. One caveat-if you have not closed the file you can try Cmd(Ctrl)-Z which is the keyboard shortcut for Undo.

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I have made a photo collage for a photo board (for a collegues daughters 21st birthday) and made a little bit of a mess of it.

There is one photo I need to change as it is in the wrong possition and ruins the whole thing. Unfortunately I have flattened the file and it is now just one layer. Is there any way to get it back to seperate layers so I can make the changes I need to that one photo?

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Correct answer by Larry G. Schneider | Adobe Community Professional

If you didn't save a separate copy of the unflattened file, then it will not be possible to go back. One caveat-if you have not closed the file you can try Cmd(Ctrl)-Z which is the keyboard shortcut for Undo.

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If you didn't save a separate copy of the unflattened file, then it will not be possible to go back. One caveat-if you have not closed the file you can try Cmd(Ctrl)-Z which is the keyboard shortcut for Undo.

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Yeah, had saved and closed it. This is what I had expected. I guess I'll have to start from scratch! Thanks anyway.

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Only fix I could find was to overlay that photo and the others around it that it affected. All good now.

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