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Toolbar on the left side is missing, how do I restore it?

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Apr 02, 2024 Apr 02, 2024

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This is the only place I found to ask a ? for Photoshop 24.7.3

Can someone please help and direct my ? to the proper place?

I can't find the proper place to ask a ?

I accidently closed the L side bar with crop, magnifying glass, eraser, clone, etc.... and can't find where to open it again.

Some how it separated itself from the background work area and can't get it reattached so moves with the background work space.

Thank you for help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mac OS 14.3.1

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Community Expert , Apr 02, 2024 Apr 02, 2024

Window menu > Workspace > Reset (workspace name) will restore and dock (attach) your Toolbar and Panels.

It's a great way to get everything back to normal.

 

You can also try:

Window menu > Tools  It's at the bottom of the menu. See that it's checked on.

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Window menu > Workspace > Reset (workspace name) will restore and dock (attach) your Toolbar and Panels.

It's a great way to get everything back to normal.

 

You can also try:

Window menu > Tools  It's at the bottom of the menu. See that it's checked on.

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Gene's answer is a better fit for just the tool bar being missing, but worth remembering screen modes.  Hitting the F key will cycle through the three screen modes.  The last of the three Full Screen Mode  removes all tools and panels leaving on the Ruler, if it happened to be on.  The Tab key will also toggle the toolbar and panels off and on.

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