ImageReady Tool of Photoshop: Enables You Edit Image Directly

Published: 11th June 2009
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Who understands the needs and requirements of graphic design companies better than Adobe? Adobe has always been incorporating some niche tools in its software so as to offer the best for all kinds of projects handled. Let's take for example - Adobe Photoshop. It's one of the highly acclaimed graphic design programs used by thousand of graphic designers around the world. The program comes loaded with a plethora of functions - ImageReady being one among them.



Adobe ImageReady is actually a bitmap graphics editing tool that was first shipped with Photoshop. The tool was available from 1998 to 2007 on Windows and Mac OS X platforms. But the tool can also be availed in Photoshop 5.5 that was previously available only separately. It's a stick tool and it's extremely helpful in graphic and web design. ImageReady boasts of specialized features like creating animated GIF, generation of HTML, image compression optimization and slicing and image rollover effects.



ImageReady Tool of Photoshop can be easily accessed with the help of the ImageReady button. Go to ImageReady button, it will enable you to edit the image directly. The ImageReady toolkit is much akin to the Photoshop toolbox and you can also a discover image card set of tools. The set is indicated by an arrow with a helping hand. Some of the most striking functions of the Tool include: Image Map Toggle Switch Visibility and Visibility Tools Slice, Document Preview Tool and Preview in Default Browser Tool.



In graphic web design, ImageReady has played a big role no matter what your demand is. The tool was first released as a stand alone product before it was made available with different Photoshop versions. Besides the Photoshop 5.5 Version, the tool was also shipped with versions like Photoshop 6.0, Photoshop 7.0, Photoshop 8.0 CS, and Photoshop 9.0 CS2. A web graphic designer won't find it in the latest version Photoshop 10.


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