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How to Use Adobe Mini Bridge for an Efficient Photoshop Workflow

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This post is part of a series called Shortcuts on Psdtuts.
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Sooner or later, you are bound to have a lot of design files stored on your computer. Managing these files is an essential task that you will have to perform, otherwise, you will have trouble finding your files at a later date. While the Finder and Windows Explorer are great for managing your files, they aren't really built for use with Photoshop. In this tutorial, we will explain how you can use Adobe Bridge to help you manage your Photoshop files and streamline your workflow.

What is Adobe Mini Bridge?

Adobe Mini Bridge is an extension you can use in Photoshop (and other Adobe products, including InDesign) to quickly preview, organize and edit your image library, without leaving Photoshop. 

How Do I Open Adobe Mini Bridge?

To open Adobe Mini Bridge, start up Photoshop, and then navigate to File > Browse in Mini Bridge. 

How Does Mini Bridge Make An Efficient Photoshop Workflow?

I'm going to show you the features of Adobe Mini Bridge, and how it can help you to work more efficiently in Photoshop, in the video tutorial below. 

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