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My photoshop doesn't seem to have an Artboard tool? Beginner here, help please :)

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May 01, 2020

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Hello,

I'm hopng someone can assist as I am fairly new to Photoshop so I am going to assume the problem is with me and not the program.

 

As you can see in my screengrab below, I don't seem to have the artboard tool grouped in with the move tool.  I've also opened up the presets screen to see if it is hiding in there and it is not?  

 

Can anyone shed some light on where this might be hiding, or why I cannot find it?

 

Many thanks,

 

Louise

 

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Correct answer by gener7 | Adobe Community Professional

Go to Edit > Toolbar and see if it's grouped with another tool set or in the Extras column. You can can move it back to where the move tool is, or give it its own space in the Toolbar and click the "Done" button to confirm.

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My photoshop doesn't seem to have an Artboard tool? Beginner here, help please :)

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Hello,

I'm hopng someone can assist as I am fairly new to Photoshop so I am going to assume the problem is with me and not the program.

 

As you can see in my screengrab below, I don't seem to have the artboard tool grouped in with the move tool.  I've also opened up the presets screen to see if it is hiding in there and it is not?  

 

Can anyone shed some light on where this might be hiding, or why I cannot find it?

 

Many thanks,

 

Louise

 

Louise1981_0-1588339411957.png

 

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Correct answer by gener7 | Adobe Community Professional

Go to Edit > Toolbar and see if it's grouped with another tool set or in the Extras column. You can can move it back to where the move tool is, or give it its own space in the Toolbar and click the "Done" button to confirm.

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Go to Edit > Toolbar and see if it's grouped with another tool set or in the Extras column. You can can move it back to where the move tool is, or give it its own space in the Toolbar and click the "Done" button to confirm.

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You could also Restore Defaults. 

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Thank you SO much!!!! Really appreciate your help 🙂

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