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 query : Is there a "Fit to Canvas" option in Photoshop like there is in Fireworks? I am a Fireworks user new to Photoshop. In FW there is the very handy "fit to canvas" button in the properties

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I am a Fireworks user new to Photoshop. In FW there is the very handy "fit to canvas" button in the properties panel at the bottom which when clicked snaps the image to the canvas by adjusting the canvas's size to be no larger than the image.

Is there such a tool in PS?

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@Dunderdale640

I did it this way:
Replace the 100% width in the topbar by the width in pixels of your canvas. (Replace the % with 'px'). Be sure the Keep Aspect Ration chain-icon is active.

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@Yeniel278

If you already have a lot of layers and the other suggested solutions don't work.

You can always go to image > Canvas and make a note of the dimensions.


Then choose your image, CTRL & T for Transform and enter in the canvas dimensions.

You can click the little chain if you want it to keep it's proportions then just enter either the width or the height.

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@Gretchen549

Go to: Edit > Preferences > General > and check the box that says "Resize Image During Place"
Then when you place an image, it will fit it to your canvas.

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@Deb5748823

go to your preferences (command K). check the box "resize image during place"

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@Cooney243

I'm using Photoshop CC 2014 at the moment and could simply achieve that by doing Image > Reveal All.

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@Karen819

you have to use crop , select the width and height of the image for the canvas , and the canvas will adjust for you

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@Gail6891361

Using menu command "File...Automate...Fit Image" is one option.

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@Berumen635

In Photoshop its alt+i+r at the same time.

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@Cofer715

use rectangular select (M) over the whole image
copy the image (Ctrl/Option+C)
File > New...
on Preset click Clipboard
then paste it there (Ctrl/Option+V)

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@Barnes313

You could always simply crop close to the edges of your content. Zoom in to be more precise.

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@Tiffany317

The closest you'll get is the Trim… command in the Image menu.

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