An important issue with layers in Photoshop is to change the size of the layers. So below is how to go about the editing without having an error issues.
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How to resize layers in Photoshop editing software
To resize a layer in Photoshop, you need to do the following:
- First, select the layer you want from the Layers panel. (If the layers panel is not displayed for you, select the layers option from the windows menu.)
- Panel Tools Rectangular Marquee tool to select or press key M.
- Right-click on the layer shown on the page and select Free Transform.
- Now you can change the size of the selected layer by dragging or collapsing. But to maintain the aspect ratio of the layer, first move the mouse over one of the corners, then press the shift button.
- In the end, press the Inter button to finish the task of resizing the the layer
Resize layers using percentage
To do this, proceed to the third step of the previous procedure and then:
- In the top menu of the Photoshop page, enter the percentage for each of the fields of the width (width) and width (height).
- Make sure the link mark is also selected between the two fields. (Selecting this button will preserve the aspect ratio of the image.)
- Resize layers using percentage