I have a Photoshop file for a business card. I need to extract the logo. I am told that the file contains all the graphics and texts. All I see are the layers that make up the back of the card. Am I missing something? BTW: The file size is 9 MB…could there be hidden layer that I cannot access?
PS doesn't do any user-specific content management, so no, there is nothing hidden. what you see is what you get. Of course there could be groups and layers turned off and if e.g. you use an older version of PS to open a newer version file there may be limitations as those older versions did not allow nesting groups beyond certain levels, so they never show up, but without actualyl seeing the file and more info nobody can be sure of that.
Thank you very much Mr. Pfaffenbichler.
Here is the screen shot. I know that this is all there is. I have worked with PS off and on over many years.
The person who sent me the file insists that the front of the business card is also on the file. I just want to confirm with a neutral advisor that it is not (before I complain again). Thank you; this helps a lot.
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Hello, sometimes, users use Layer comps to have the front and back of a file, but even in this case, it just controls what layers have visibility checked on or off in the layers panel.
I'd check in the channels, but it is a very unlikely place to put data.
There is also big data (data that is put beyond the visible area of a file, but it seems extremely unlikely. (especially if you do not get info about where you are supposed to look for it.
PDF would be a multi-page format.
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