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Joe Busuttil April 26th, 2019 08:26 AM

Photoshop CS6 toolbar
What to do when the toolbar containing the word "WINDOW" does not show up in Photoshop CS6 ?

Thank you, as always.

Joe Busuttil

Lord of the Rings April 26th, 2019 04:38 PM

I'm not sure about the answer to this.

It could be a number of things.
- View menu > Screen Mode.
- Possibly setting Workspace to default in Photoshop's settings.

If neither of those things helps, then make a note of all your settings and then set everything to back default.

You might need to restart Photoshop to see some of the changes such as settings changes.

* Joe, if you wish to post about Photoshop it is probably best you remember to post in this particular section of the forum: Aid to Digital Photography. Perhaps even bookmark it. ;)

Joe Busuttil April 27th, 2019 07:31 AM

Many thanks again, but how can I go to VIEW if the toolbar does not show up at all?

I renew my appreciation for your patience.


Lord of the Rings April 27th, 2019 09:36 PM

Oh I misunderstood, the toolbar does not show up at all. Toolbar or menu bar?
If it’s the vertical bar of tools (toolbar) you are missing then go to menu bar and choose Tools, then move it to where you want it.
For a hidden menu bar, try pressing the F key. (For Windows version Photoshop.)

The following answer is copied/quoted directly from the Photoshop support forum:

Hit the 'f' key a few times. It toggles through three different view modes.

Hit the Tab key, which turns the panels on and off.

If you get your menu bar but your workspace is messed up, go Window > Workspace > Reset
(whatever workspace you are using)

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