Select Edit > Toolbar and then click Restore Defaults.
When you launch Photoshop, the Tools bar automatically appears on the left side of the window. If you wish, you can click the bar at the top of the toolbox and drag the Tools bar to a more convenient place. If you don’t see the Tools bar when you open Photoshop, go to the Window menu and select Show Tools.
How do I get my Photoshop back to normal?
If you’ve come back to Photoshop and you’ve found that the panels that you’re used to are no longer open, just go to Window > Workspace > Reset Essentials. (If you’re using one of the other workspaces offered by Photoshop, that’s the one you should see listed under the Reset option.)
How do I reset my tools to default in Photoshop?
To reset all the tools at once, right-click on the icon of whatever tool is currently selected in the Tool Options, select “Reset All Tools,” and then click “OK.” When you use the Reset All Tools option, this will also reset all the tool selections in the Tools bar to their defaults.
Where is the Tools panel in Photoshop?
When you start Photoshop, the Tools panel appears at the left of the screen. Some tools in the Tools panel have options that appear in the context-sensitive options bar. You can expand some tools to show hidden tools beneath them.
Why did my toolbar disappear in Photoshop?
The disappearance of the toolbar is due to the window unchecked the toolbars such as Adjustments, Color, Layer, Option, Tools. As long as we go to the menu “Window” and select the above toolbar again, the interface will return to normal.
How do I open the panel in Photoshop?
To open a panel, choose the name of the panel from the Window menu, or click the arrow next to the More button in the taskbar and select a panel.
How do I reset type tool?
Resetting Tools —Right -click (or Control -click on Mac) the tool icon in the Options bar (officially called the Tool Preset Picker) and choose between Reset Tool and Reset All Tools to reset the tool options (found in the Options bar) to their default state.
How do I get toolbar back?
To do so:
- Click View (on Windows, press the Alt key first)
- Select Toolbars.
- Click a toolbar that you want to enable (e.g., Bookmarks Toolbar)
- Repeat for remaining toolbars if needed.
Click a tool in the Tools panel. If there is a small triangle at a tool’s lower right corner, hold down the mouse button to view the hidden tools.