Where the heck is the line tool

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OK. I've subscribed to Phtoshop CC after many year of using an older version and I must confess I'm having problems adjusting. It took an age to find the bucket tool (which still doesn't have its own icon but seems to be under the '...' icon). NOw I can't find something as simple as the line tool. I know it's usually under the path selection tool but all I have is the hand tool icon. Check out the screen capture for my tools. Can anyone tell me where to find the line tool (and restore the bucket icon)?

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Go the the Edit menu > Toolbars > Restore Defaults to show all of the tools in their proper places. Or rearrange as suited and Save. I like to separate some out from each other.

~ Jane

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Where the heck is the line tool

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OK. I've subscribed to Phtoshop CC after many year of using an older version and I must confess I'm having problems adjusting. It took an age to find the bucket tool (which still doesn't have its own icon but seems to be under the '...' icon). NOw I can't find something as simple as the line tool. I know it's usually under the path selection tool but all I have is the hand tool icon. Check out the screen capture for my tools. Can anyone tell me where to find the line tool (and restore the bucket icon)?

Capture.JPG

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Correct answer by jane-e | Adobe Community Professional

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Go the the Edit menu > Toolbars > Restore Defaults to show all of the tools in their proper places. Or rearrange as suited and Save. I like to separate some out from each other.

~ Jane

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Go the the Edit menu > Toolbars > Restore Defaults to show all of the tools in their proper places. Or rearrange as suited and Save. I like to separate some out from each other.

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Thank you Jane-e. A quick look through the tools menu sorted my problem... Appreciate the help.

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You're welcome, we are always happy to help 😊

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