No alternative tools for my Photoshop

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Nov 27, 2020

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My Photoshop's toolbar only shows a few tools, without most of the alternatives: single column selection, magic wand, perspective, rulers, brush ... and the preset tool file empty. What happen? Could you help me solve it? Thanks a lot.

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Thank you very much for your quick response, I have tried it and it works. What happens is that I was used to other previous versions of Photoshop, which I have been using for a long time; In them, each alternative tool was contained in its box along with the others, and they could be accessed simply by pressing the representative letter, or by clicking on the small arrow in the box of the tool. In this version it seems more difficult to access them.
Thanks again, have a nice day.

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No alternative tools for my Photoshop

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My Photoshop's toolbar only shows a few tools, without most of the alternatives: single column selection, magic wand, perspective, rulers, brush ... and the preset tool file empty. What happen? Could you help me solve it? Thanks a lot.

Correct answer by Charo98A7 | Community Beginner

Thank you very much for your quick response, I have tried it and it works. What happens is that I was used to other previous versions of Photoshop, which I have been using for a long time; In them, each alternative tool was contained in its box along with the others, and they could be accessed simply by pressing the representative letter, or by clicking on the small arrow in the box of the tool. In this version it seems more difficult to access them.
Thanks again, have a nice day.

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Edit > Toolbar 

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LEGEND ,
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One can raise that dialog window from the Toolbar itself, too: 

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I just remembered that access to alternative tools is achieved by pressing the right mouse button! I really hadn't used Photoshop for too long ... Sorry my first answer went to the wrong place, I had never used Community Help.
Thank you very much again and good morning.

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Thank you very much for your quick response, I have tried it and it works. What happens is that I was used to other previous versions of Photoshop, which I have been using for a long time; In them, each alternative tool was contained in its box along with the others, and they could be accessed simply by pressing the representative letter, or by clicking on the small arrow in the box of the tool. In this version it seems more difficult to access them.
Thanks again, have a nice day.

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One can still group Tools together. 

And have you tried »Restore Defaults«? 

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Yes, thank you very much ✌️. I already found where the other tools were
"hidden", thanks to your answer, and now I have them well grouped and
controlled so that they do not escape again 😅 Have a good day.

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