Image Size of Newly Opened File

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In Photoshop Elements 2019, newly opened images open at "Fit on Screen" size.  I want them to open at "Actual Pixals" size by default. How do I do this?  Thanks.

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MichelBParis Adobe Community Professional , Feb 11, 2020
You can't set your choice as default (and it would be a disastrous choice for most users), but simply double click on the magnifying glass on the top left of the tool palette. Double clicking on the hand icon switches to 'fit in screen'.

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You can't set your choice as default (and it would be a disastrous choice for most users), but simply double click on the magnifying glass on the top left of the tool palette. Double clicking on the hand icon switches to 'fit in screen'.

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Thanks, Michel.   You are right, of course, but most of my image files are small and that is why I would like the option of changing the default.  My previous version of Photoshop Elements was version 2 and Actual Pixels was the default. I just got used to that.  Thanks for the reminder of double-clicking on the magnifying glass icon to quickly change the view.

 

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