## Photoshop 7 User Guide

Photoshop Basics The following Photoshop basics are good to know in order to get to know some of Photoshop’s basic features. The History panel This is a visual timeline of all the steps you’ve taken, including any adjustments and layers you’ve created, since you opened an image. You can click on any image file in the History panel to open it into a new image window, which is what I recommend you do if you’re going to make adjustments to a complex or more-complex image. Figure 5-1 shows the buttons that drop down in the History panel to help you navigate through the various steps in your image-processing process. See Chapter 3 for help on working with the History panel. The History panel is also extremely useful when you’re editing images for print, as you can revert to a previous version of an image to see how you might have changed the image. Figure 5-1: Click on images and file names in the History panel to open images in a new window. The Print/Export button This button’s major purpose is to print an image to a compatible printer. That’s also the major reason that many designers use the “Export for Web” button rather than the Print button. If you are able to print an image on a compatible printer, you can also use the Export option to create a TIFF file that can be opened in other applications. (See Chapter 4 for more on TIFF.) Or, you can use the Export for Web option to get the best of both worlds: a printer-ready digital print as well as a web-ready file for use online. This is the perfect option for creating web designs and press-ready for-print images. See Chapter 9 for more on printing for the Web. The Zoom tool (Q) Use the Zoom tool (Q) to magnify areas of an image. See Chapter 12 for more on the Zoom tool. The Crop tool (I) Use the Crop tool (I) to crop images. See Chapter 12 for more information on the Crop tool. Creative Cloud Adobe has introduced a version of Photoshop called Creative Cloud (www.creative.adobe.com) that allows you to store your photos and other image files with the software company. It has many of the same functions as Photoshop and has advantages over the Photoshop element version. Check out the Creative Cloud Help page for more information on the software

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This invention relates to an apparatus for separating contaminants, and in particular contaminants suspended in a liquid such as seawater, from microalgae or seaweeds. In a water-cooling system utilizing sea water as a cooling agent or a refrigerant for such a refrigerator, sea-salt or a sodium compound is inevitably dissolved in the water. In order to remove the dissolved salt, microalgae or seaweeds are allowed to live in the system. The microalgae and the seaweeds may dissolve the salt in the water and grow by utilizing the dissolved salt. Further, by means of a recirculation flow, the microalgae and the seaweeds grow and proliferate by utilizing the dissolved salt in the water. During the process, the salt-containing microalgae and seaweeds are also collected and reused. In the process of the above-mentioned collection and recycling, the salt-containing microalgae and seaweeds first need to be separated from the water. As an apparatus for the separation of the salt-containing microalgae or seaweeds, Japanese Unexamined Utility Model Publication No. 63-69264 has proposed a separation apparatus, as shown in FIG. 1. The conventional apparatus comprises a vessel 1 capable of preventing the flow of liquid from a lower portion thereof. An inlet pipe 2 is provided at the center of the bottom of the vessel 1, and is communicated with a filter (microalgae filter) 3 located at a top portion of the vessel. A drain valve 4 is provided at the bottom of the vessel 1, and a pump 6 is connected to the drain valve 4 through a pipe 5. An outlet pipe 7 is provided at the top portion of the vessel 1, and an impeller 8 is coupled to the outlet pipe 7. The impeller 8 is formed in a cylindrical shape and is submerged in the water. In this apparatus, when a driving force is applied to the impeller 8, the impeller 8 rotates and moves toward the outlet pipe 7. Thus, if only microalgae or seaweeds adhere to the impeller 8, they are scraped and are transported by the rotation of the impeller 8 to the inlet pipe 2. In this case, the microalgae or seaweeds are separated from the water and are discharged from the inlet pipe 2 together with the water. However, if the other contaminants such as suspended matter or sea-salt adhere to the impeller 8, the contaminants continue to adhere to the

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