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Easy Questions! :)

Easy Questions! :)

Easy Questions! :)

In illustrator, when you click on an object the bounding box appears so you can easily tell what layer you have selected.  Is there any way to do this in photoshop CS4?

Also is there any setting that when i click on a spot in my photoshop document it automatically jumps to that layer instead of me having to click on the layer in the layer palette every time I want to move a specific layer ?  

RE: Easy Questions! :)

Actually I figured out how to do it myself! :) If you click on the selection arrow and go to options you can click 'auto select' and 'show transform controls' and it will do exactly both of those things!

Thanks though!

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