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Photoshop Question
John OHara, Photographer
Petaluma | Ca | United States | Posted: 11:51 AM on 10.03.17
->> With two or more images open in Photoshop, when I enlarge one image, all the images enlarge. Is there a way in preferences or ?? to isolate the enlargement to the single image I am processing ?
Thanks..
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Doug Pizac, Photographer
Sandy | UT | USA | Posted: 12:41 PM on 10.03.17
->> Need more info.

When you say enlarge, do you mean changing the size of the photo (5x7 to 8x10), making the image's window bigger or zooming in? And do you have the images on screen one at a time or in side-by-side or tile mode?
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John OHara, Photographer
Petaluma | Ca | United States | Posted: 2:54 PM on 10.03.17
->> Zooming in on the screen, both side by side or in title mode. Tell me you have a solution.
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Doug Pizac, Photographer
Sandy | UT | USA | Posted: 4:41 PM on 10.04.17
->> I didn't ask you which version of Photoshop you have -- CS6 or CC -- and if you were Mac or PC.

However, I may have the solution regardless. At the bottom of the Tools bar is the magnifying glass to enter the Zoom screen mode. Click on it. Then at the top see if the "Zoom All Windows" box is checked. If it is then that's your problem. Uncheck it. Your windows should now work independently of each other. The Zoom tool is the same for both PC/MAC and CS6/CC.

Let me know if this fixes your dilemma.
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Ron Manfredi, Photographer
Merrick (Long Island) | NY | | Posted: 10:30 PM on 10.06.17
->> I have been following this, experiencing the same problem, and Doug, your suggestion worked for me on Windows CS6; I must have somehow checked the "Zoom all Windows" box. Hope it worked for John!
Thanks.
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