Where and How to Find the Lightroom Toolbar. First things first, the toolbar is the gray strip under the grid/loop view in the Library Module or the one image in the Develop Module. If you’re not seeing your toolbar, all you need to do is click the ‘t’ key on your keyboard. Doing that will make your toolbar pop back up …
How do I get my basic panel back in Lightroom?
The second method to bring back your missing panel(s) is via the main menu at the top of Lightroom. Click on Window (shown below), then Panels, and lastly click on the panel that is missing. When you do this, your missing panel will instantly appear!
Where is the Edit panel in Lightroom?
In the Detail ( ) view, select a photo that you want to edit. Click ( ) icon at the upper-right corner to view the Edit panel.
Where are my modules in Lightroom?
Where can you find and access these Lightroom Modules? The different Modules are found at the top of the main Lightroom window. To move to a different module, all you need to do is click on it’s name and you are there!
Where is my Develop module on Lightroom?
To start, go to the Library module and select the photo you want to process. Click on Develop in the Module Picker, or press D on the keyboard, to open the image in the Develop module. The Develop module is split into sections.
To navigate between the various modules in Lightroom, simply click the different tabs located in the upper right portion of the Lightroom window. The most important step in using Lightroom is giving it some photos to work with.