Step 1: Check Your Keyboard Shortcuts
Before trying anything else, make sure that you haven’t accidentally pressed the F key on your keyboard. This is a common shortcut for entering and exiting fullscreen mode in Photoshop. If you have pressed it, simply press it again to exit fullscreen.
Step 2: Use the Menu Bar
If the keyboard shortcut didn’t work, try using the menu bar. Go to the “View” menu and look for the “Screen Mode” option. Click on it and select “Standard Screen Mode” to exit fullscreen.
Step 3: Use the Tab Key
Another way to exit fullscreen mode is by using the Tab key on your keyboard. Press the Tab key once and the toolbar should reappear. Press it again and the panels will reappear too. Keep pressing it until you’re back to standard screen mode.
Step 4: Use the Escape Key
If none of the above methods worked, try using the Escape key on your keyboard. This should exit fullscreen mode and bring you back to standard screen mode.
Step 5: Change Your Workspace
If you’re still stuck in fullscreen mode, try changing your workspace. Go to the “Window” menu and select “Workspace”. Choose a different workspace from the list and see if that fixes the problem.
Step 6: Restart Photoshop
If all else fails, try restarting Photoshop. This should reset everything and bring you back to standard screen mode.
Q: Why did Photoshop go into fullscreen mode?
A: Photoshop can enter fullscreen mode if you accidentally press the F key on your keyboard. It can also happen if you’re using a different workspace that has fullscreen mode enabled.
Q: How do I know if I’m in fullscreen mode?
A: In fullscreen mode, the toolbar and panels disappear and the image takes up the entire screen. You can also tell by looking at the top of the screen. If you see a black bar with “Adobe Photoshop” written on it, you’re in fullscreen mode.
Q: Will exiting fullscreen mode affect my work?
A: No, exiting fullscreen mode will not affect your work in any way. It simply changes the display mode of the program.
Getting out of fullscreen mode in Photoshop is easy and can be done in a few simple steps. If you’re ever stuck in fullscreen mode, try using one of the methods above to exit it. Remember to check your keyboard shortcuts, use the menu bar, try the Tab key, use the Escape key, change your workspace, or restart Photoshop. With these tips, you’ll be able to get back to standard screen mode in no time.