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Ungroup Layers in Adobe Photoshop?

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How to ungroup Layers on Adobe Photoshop?

First you open the content of the group as shown in this picture

Then, select all the layers within that group by pressing SHIFT on your keyboard while clicking on each layer.

TIP: If you have more than two layers to select, just press SHIFT on your keyboard and select the first and last layer, this will automatically select all the layers in between.

Once your layers are selected, you can go to Layer in your menu and Arrange.

SHORTCUT: You can also just press simultaneously SHIFT + CTRL + J instead or just manually drag the layers outside the group by moving your layers up or down the group folder.

Then select “Bring to Front“.

You are done

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3 thoughts on “Set Guide And Grid Preferences”

  1. alh says:

    I followed instructions to enable OpenGL but the link is gray. What do I do?

  2. Jey Ganesh says:

    This Photoshop information very useful. Most of your tutorials very easy to understand for everyone… :)

  3. Nicole says:

    Can you slice something that’s shaped like a diamond (as in not square or rectangular)? Is it possible to slice something diagonally?

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