How do I center a pasted layer in Photoshop CS4 once scaled down?
Posted on 2009-04-06
Hi folks, not sure if I can explain this one well enough, but here's what I'm doing.
I drag an image to the PS icon, it shows up in a new tab of course, then I Select All, copy, and paste it in my working PSD, which is smaller than the source image. I then select Transform, and use the Scale toolbar to shrink it down to 25%... but now it's off the screen, and out of the working area.
How can I get that to move back to the center of the doc, without scrolling a mile to find it, and dragging it back manually?
I think I can paste the image in the center to begin with, and scale from there (though I haven't googled the details yet), but I'd really like to know how to get things back to center, whether intentionally or accidentally moved out of the extents.
There used to be a View Extents command waaaaaay back when I was using AutoCAD which was handy, which let you see everything that was in the document, and then just drag things back into the center. There has to be a way to get objects out of view back in the middle. I hope. :)