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File > New File > New
File > Open File > Open
File > Browse View > Palettes > Browser
File > Open Recent > ... File > Recent Files > ...
File > Close File > Close
File > Close All Window > Close All
File > Save File > Save
File > Save As File > Save As
File > Save for Web File > Export JPEG (GIF, PNG) Optimizer
File > Revert File > Revert
File > Import > ... File > Import > ...
File > Automate > Batch File > Batch Process
File > Automate > Print Contact Sheet II File > BPrint Contact Sheet
File > Scripts > ... View > Toolbars > Script
File > File Info Image > Image Information
File > Page Setup File > Print Layout
File > Print File > Print
File > Exit File > Exit
Edit > Step Forward Edit > Redo
Edit > Step Backward Edit > Undo
Edit > Paste Edit > Paste As New Layer
Edit > Paste Into Edit > Paste Into Selection*
*Copied pixels will be pasted into the current layer; to paste them into a separate layer, create a new layer first.
Edit > Fill Use the Flood Fill Flood Fill Tool Tool
Edit > Free Transform Activate the Pick Pick Tool Tool
Edit > Transform > Scale Activate the Pick Pick Tool Tool; in the Options palette (bar), select the Scale (default) mode
Edit > Transform > Rotate Activate the Pick Pick Tool Tool and rotate the bounding box
Edit > Transform > Skew Activate the Pick Pick Tool Tool and select the Shear mode [Shift]
Edit > Transform > Distort Activate the Pick Pick Tool Tool and select the Free mode [Shift+Ctrl]
Edit > Transform > Perspective Activate the Pick Pick Tool Tool and select the Perspective operation mode [Ctrl]
Edit > Transform > Warp Use the Mesh Warp Mesh Warp Tool Tool
Edit > Transform > Flip Horizontal Image > Mirror
Edit > Transform > Flip Vertical Image > Flip
Edit > Define Brush Preset File > Export > Custom Brush
Edit > Define Custom Shape File > Export > Shape
Edit > Define Pattern To use an image as a pattern, save it in the program "Patterns" folder (the path looks like C:\Program Files\Corel\Corel Paint Shop Pro X\Patterns\)
Edit > Purge Histories On the History palette, click the "Empty Command History" Empty Command History button
Edit > Purge > Clipboard Edit > Empty Clipboard
Edit > Preset Manager In the Options bar, click the current tool's "Presets" button. For brush tip presets, click the button.
Edit > Color Settings File > Color Management > Color Working Space
Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts In the "Customize" dialog (View > Customize), open "Keyboard" tab
Edit > Menus In the "Customize" dialog (View > Customize), open "Menu" tab
Edit > Preferences > ... File > Preferences > ...
Image > Mode > Grayscale Image > Greyscale
Image > Mode > Indexed Color Image > Decrease Color Depth > X Colors (4/8 bit)
Image > Mode > RGB Color Image > Increase Color Depth > RGB - 8 bits/channel
Image > Increase Color Depth > RGB - 16 bits/channel
Image > Mode > CMYK Color In the "Save As" dialog, select "TIF" format, then click "Options" button and select "Color Channels: CMYK"
Image > Mode > 8 Bits/Channel Image > Decrease Color Depth > RGB - 8 bits/channel
Image > Mode > 16 Bits/Channel Image > Increase Color Depth > RGB - 16 bits/channel
Image > Mode > Color Table Image > Palette > Edit Palette
Image > Adjustments > Levels Adjust > Brightness and Contrast > Levels
Image > Adjustments > Auto Contrast In Paint Shop Pro X, "Automatic Contrast Enhancement" command can be found in the "unused commands".
Image > Adjustments > Auto Color In Paint Shop Pro X, "Automatic Color Balance" command can be found in the "unused commands".
Image > Adjustments >Curves Adjust > Brightness and Contrast > Curves
Image > Adjustments > Color Balance Use Adjust > Color > Red/Green/Blue command, or add to the menu "Adjust Color Balance" from the "unused commands", or create an adjustment layer Layers > New Adjustment Layer > Color Balance
Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast Adjust > Brightness and Contrast > Brightness/Contrast
Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation Adjust > Hue and Saturation > Hue/Saturation/Lightness
Image > Adjustments > Desaturate Open "Hue/Saturation/Lightness" dialog ( Adjust > Hue and Saturation > Hue/Saturation/Lightness) and set "Saturation" to "0".
Image > Adjustments > Channel Mixer Adjust > Color > Channel Mixer
Image > Adjustments > Photo Filter Adjust > Color Balance
Image > Adjustments > Shadow/Highlight Adjust > Brightness and Contrast > Highlight/Midtone/Shadow
Image > Adjustments > Invert Image > Negative Image
Image > Adjustments > Equalize Adjust > Brightness and Contrast > Histogram Equalize
Image > Adjustments > Threshold Adjust > Brightness and Contrast > Threshold
Image > Adjustments > Posterize Layers > New Adjustment Layer > Posterize
Image > Duplicate Window > Duplicate
Image > Apply Image Image > Arithmetic
Image > Calculations Image > Arithmetic
Image > Image Size Image > Resize
Image > Canvas Size Image > Canvas Size
Image > Rotate Canvas > 180 Image > Rotate Right x 2
Image > Rotate Canvas > 90 CW Image > Rotate Right
Image > Rotate Canvas > 90 CCW Image > Rotate Left
Image > Rotate Canvas > Arbitrary Image > Free Rotate
Image > Rotate Canvas > Flip Canvas Horizontal Image > Mirror
Image > Rotate Canvas > Flip Canvas Vertical Image > Flip
Image > Crop Image > Crop to Selection
Layer > New > Layer Layers > New Raster Layer
Layer > New > Layer from Background Layers > Promote Background Layer
Layer > New > Group Layers > New Layer Group
Layer > New > Layer via Copy Selections > Promote Selection to Layer (current selection stays active)
Layers > Duplicate (if no selection is available)
Layer > Duplicate Layer Layers > Duplicate
Layer > Layer Properties Layers > Properties
Layer > Layer Style > Drop Shadow Effects > 3D Effects > Drop Shadow
Layer > Layer Style > Outer Glow Open "Drop Shadow" dialog (Effects > 3D Effects > Drop Shadow) and choose a light shadow color.
Layer > Layer Style > Bevel and Emboss Effects > 3D Effects > Inner Bevel
Layer > Layer Style > Create Layer In the "Drop Shadow" dialog (Effects > 3D Effects > Drop Shadow), choose "Shadow on new layer" option.
Layer > New Fill Layer Style > Solid Color Activate the Flood Fill Flood Fill Tool Tool; in the Materials palette choose a solid fill color, and click on the image.
Layer > New Fill Layer Style > Gradient Activate the Flood Fill Flood Fill Tool Tool; in the Materials palette choose a gradient fill, and click on the image.
Layer > New Fill Layer Style > Pattern Activate the Flood Fill Flood Fill Tool Tool; in the Materials palette choose a pattern fill, and click on the image.
Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Levels Layers > New Adjustment Layer > Levels
Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Curves Layers > New Adjustment Layer > Curves
Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Color Balance Layers > New Adjustment Layer > Color Balance
Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Brightness/Contrast Layers > New Adjustment Layer > Brightness/Contrast
Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Hue/Saturation Layers > New Adjustment Layer > Hue/Saturation/Lightness
Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Channel Mixer Layers > New Adjustment Layer > Channel Mixer
Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Invert Layers > New Adjustment Layer > Invert
Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Threshold Layers > New Adjustment Layer > Threshold
Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Posterize Layers > New Adjustment Layer > Posterize
Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal All Layers > New Mask Layer > Show All
Layer > Layer Mask > Hide All Layers > New Mask Layer > Hide All
Layer > Layer Mask > Reveal Selection Layers > New Mask Layer > Show Selection
Layer > Layer Mask > Hide Selection Layers > New Mask Layer > Hide Selection
Layer > Layer Mask > Delete Layers > Delete
Layer > Layer Mask > Apply Layers > Merge > Merge Down
Layer > Layer Mask > Disable / Enable Toggle the mask layer visibility
Layer > Type > Create Workpath Objects > Convert to Path
Layer > Type > Convert to Shape Objects > Convert Text to Curves > As a Single Shape
Layer > Type > Horizontal / Vertical Click on the inscription with the Text A Tool and set "Direction" on the Options bar
Layer > Type > Anti-Alias None / Sharp / Smooth Click on the inscription with the Text A Tool and set "Anti-alias" on the Options bar
Layer > Rasterize > Type Layers > Convert to Raster Layer
Layer > Rasterize > Shape Layers > Convert to Raster Layer
Layer > Rasterize > Layer Layers > Convert to Raster Layer
Layer > Group Layers In the Layers palette, drag a layer into layer group
Layer > Ungroup Layers Layers > Ungroup Layers
Layers > Arrange > Move Out of Group
Layer > Hide Layers / Show Layers In the Layers palette, toggle layer visibility
Layer > Arrange > Bring to Front Layers > Arrange > Bring to Top
Layer > Arrange > Bring Forward Layers > Arrange > Move Up
Layer > Arrange > Send Backward Layers > Arrange > Move Down
Layer > Arrange > Send to Back Layers > Arrange > Send to Bottom
Layer > Align > Top Edges Objects > Align > Top (applicable to vector objects only)
Layer > Align > Vertical Centers Objects > Align > Vertical Center (applicable to vector objects only)
Layer > Align > Bottom Edges Objects > Align > Bottom (applicable to vector objects only)
Layer > Align > Left Edges Objects > Align > Left (applicable to vector objects only)
Layer > Align > Horizontal Centers Objects > Align > Horizontal Center (applicable to vector objects only)
Layer > Align > Right Edges Objects > Align > Right (applicable to vector objects only)
Layer > Distribute > Top Edges Objects > Distribute > Top (applicable to vector objects only)
Layer > Distribute > Vertical Centers Objects > Distribute > Vertical Center (applicable to vector objects only)
Layer > Distribute > Bottom Edges Objects > Distribute > Bottom (applicable to vector objects only)
Layer > Distribute > Left Edges Objects > Distribute > Left (applicable to vector objects only)
Layer > Distribute > Horizontal Centers Objects > Distribute > Horizontal Center (applicable to vector objects only)
Layer > Distribute > Right Edges Objects > Distribute > Right (applicable to vector objects only)
Layer > Merge Down Layers > Merge > Merge Down
Layer > Merge Visible Layers > Merge > Merge Visible
Layer > Flatten Image Layers > Merge > Merge All (Flatten)
Layer > Matting > Defringe In Paint Shop Pro X, the "Defringe" command can be found in the "unused commands".
Layer > Matting > Remove Black Matte In Paint Shop Pro X, the "Remove Black Matte" command can be found in the "unused commands".
Layer > Matting >Remove White Matte In Paint Shop Pro X, the "Remove White Matte" command can be found in the "unused commands".
Select > All Selections > Select All
Select > Deselect Selections > Select None
Select > Inverse Selections > Invert
Select > Color Range Selections > Modify > Select Color Range
Select > Feather Selections > Modify > Feather
Select > Modify > Border Selections > Modify > Select Selection Borders
Select > Modify > Smooth Selections > Modify > Smooth
Select > Modify > Expand Selections > Modify > Expand
Select > Modify > Contract Selections > Modify > Contract
Select > Similar Selections > Modify > Select Similar
Select > Transform Selection Enter "Edit selection" mode (Selections > Edit Selection) and activate the Pick Pick Tool Tool
Select > Load Selection Selections > Load/Save Selection > Load Selection From Alpha Channel
Select > Save Selection Selections > Load/Save Selection > Save Selection To Alpha Channel
Filter > Extract Use the Background Eraser Background Eraser Tool Tool
Filter > Filter Gallery Effects > Effect Browser
Filter > Liquify Use the Warp Brush Warp Brush Tool Tool
Filter > Vanishing Point Make your retouching in a separate layer, then activate the Pick Pick Tool Tool, select the "Perspective" operation mode [Ctrl], and adjust the retouching appearance.
Filter > Artistic > ... Effects > Artistic Effects > ...
Effects > Art Media Effects > ...
Filter > Blur > Average Adjust > Blur > Average
Filter > Blur > Blur Adjust > Blur > Blur
Filter > Blur > Blur More Adjust > Blur > Blur More
Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur Adjust > Blur > Gaussian Blur
Filter > Blur > Motion Blur Adjust > Blur > Motion Blur
Filter > Blur > Radial Blur Adjust > Blur > Radial Blur
Filter > Brush Strokes > ... Effects > Artistic Effects > ...
Effects > Art Media Effects > ...
Filter > Distort > ... Effects > Distortion Effects > ...
Effects > Geometric Effects > ...
Filter > Noise > Adjust > Add/Remove Noise >
Filter > Pixelate > ... Effects > Texture Effects > ...
Filter > Render > ... Effects > Illumination Effects > ...
Filter > Sharpen > Sharpen Adjust > Sharpness > Sharpen
Filter > Sharpen > Sharpen More Adjust > Sharpness > Sharpen More
Filter > Sharpen > Unsharp Mask Adjust > Sharpness > Unsharp Mask
Filter > Sketch > ... Effects > Artistic Effects > ...
Effects > Art Media Effects > ...
Filter > Stylize > ... Effects > 3D Effects > ...
Effects > Edge Effects > ...
Filter > Texture > ... Effects > Texture Effects > ...
Filter > Other > Offset Effects > Image Effects > Offset
Filter > Digimarc > ... Image > Watermarking > ...
View > Proof Setup > ... File > Color Management > Color Management
View > Proof Colors File > Color Management > Color Management
View > Zoom In View > Zoom In
View > Zoom Out View > Zoom Out
View > Fit on Screen Window > Fit to Screen
View > Actual Pixels View > Zoom to 100%
View > Screen Mode > Full Screen Mode View > Full Screen Edit
View > Show > Selection Edges Selections > Hide Marquee
View > Show > Grid View > Grid
View > Show > Guides View > Guides
View > Rulers View > Rulers
View > Snap to > Guides View > Snap to Guides
View > Snap to > Grid View > Snap to Grid
Window > Arrange > ... Window > ...
Window > Workspace > ... File > Workspace > ...
Window > Actions View > Toolbars > Script
Window > Brushes View > Palettes > Brush Variance
Window > Color View > Palettes > Materials (select "Frame" or "Rainbow" tab)
Window > Histogram View > Palettes > Histogram
Window > History View > Palettes > History
Window > Layers View > Palettes > Layers
Window >Options View > Palettes > Tool Options
Window > Swatches View > Palettes > Materials (select "Swatches" tab)
Window > Tool Presets In the Options bar, click the current tool's "Presets" button.
Window > Tools View > Toolbars > Tools
Help > ... Help > ...
   
  Tools
Move Move [M]
Rectangular Marquee Selection [S]
Elliptical Marquee Selection
Lasso Freehand Selection
Polygonal Lasso Freehand Selection
Magnetic Lasso Freehand Selection
Magic Wand Magic Wand
Crop Crop [R]
Slice / Slice Select File > Export > Image Slicer
Spot Healing Brush Scratch Remover
Patch Object Remover
Red Eye Red Eye
Brush Paint Brush [B]
Pencil Paint Brush [B]
Color Replacement Color Replacer
Clone Stamp Clone Brush [C]
Pattern Stamp Paint Brush
Eraser Eraser [X]
Background Eraser Background Eraser
Gradient Flood Fill [F]
Paint Bucket Flood Fill [F]
Blur Soften
Sharpen Sharpen
Smudge Smudge
Dodge Dodge [J]
Burn Burn
Sponge Saturation Up/Down
Horizontal Type Text [T]
Vertical Type Text [T]
Horizontal Type Mask Text [T]
Vertical Type Mask Text [T]
Path Selection Pen [V]
Direct Selection Pen [V]
Pen Pen [V]
Freeform Pen Pen [V]
Add Anchor Point Pen [V]
Delete Anchor Point Pen [V]
Convert Point Pen [V]
Rectangle Rectangle [G]
Rounded Rectangle Rectangle [G]
Ellipse Ellipse [Q]
Polygon Symmetric Shape [H]
Custom Shape Preset Shape [P]
Eyedropper Dropper [E]
Hand Pan [A]
Zoom Zoom [Z]
Foreground color selection box in the Toolbox Foreground and Stroke properties box in the Materials palette
Background color selection box in the Toolbox Background and Fill properties box in the Materials palette
Standard / Quick Mask Mode switch Selections > Edit Selection

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