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Thread: Slice tool in Adobe Photoshop

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    Hey guys. I installed the newest version of Photoshop but didn't find slice tool there. Could you give me a suggestion where I can find It? Thanks

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    LMGTFY...Never gets old.
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    Yeah I love it lol.. I bookmarked it to my Chrome Bar so I can access it easier and never forget about it when these types of questions arise.

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    slice tool tutorial for better to search in youtube

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    You can search and find anything with google and or youtube.

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    If you let photoshop slice and then generate the HTML for you, it creates a huge mess of code and tables for layouts etc.
    Photoshop is very good at what it does best - design stuff and thats where it should end.
    Using the crop tool to get the elements that you require is a much easier way to get only the parts you need.
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    Thanks Delpert for your response.


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