Resizing an object on a layer without resizing the whole image

Posted on 2004-11-15
Last Modified: 2010-04-03
I have copied a layer from another psd  the image I am coping to has a smaller area that that object needs to fit into – how do I resize that layer without resizing the image?
Question by:cooperrd
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    choose edit > select all on that layer only.

    then press control or command > T

    that is free transform.  

    when you see the bounding box, resize it with the mouse.  Hold down the shift key to keep proportion.

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