All a workspace does is arrange the panels for a specific workflow, such as painting or typography or allow you to arrange the panels as you wish and save that arrangement so you can always come back to it. Try a few of them to see what I mean.
A workspace does not teach, train, or otherwise do the work for you.
Question Mark wrote:
This may be the worlds dummest question, but I see nothing that gives my the work space to do the training/actual work on in photoshop! Obviously I am new to say the least.
It sounds almost like you have not been able to open Photoshop?
Adobe TV has to be the besource of Photoshop training material
If you are still confused let us know what version of Photoshop, and what operating system?
Dennis, the topic concerning Photoshop CS6 with discs happens to be from someone working for "the biggest hospital in New Zealand." Perhaps you can offer better advice than me.
This is very frustrating. The tutorial starts, but there is no “work space”, or “work station “ that comes up for me to practice on . I hate it. To me it is worthless!!! There is nobody to talk to just the same old fast talking “demonstrator!
Hello, Question Mark.
If you do not tell us:
-what Tutorial you are talking about,
-more info about your version of Photoshop, your platform(Mac/PC)
-what you mean by "workspace or workstation to try on" Do you mean an exercise file?
We won't be able to help you!
There might be many gurus here, but their field of expertise is Photoshop, not mind reading
Thank you, I got help
Glad you found a solution, but basic netiquette would request you to explain what was the problem you were facing, it might help others!