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Maybe I'm mistaken. I probably misunderstood the original post but I thought there was a shortcut that created a new file, clipboard sized but with the image already pasted and flattened? Probably just dreaming!
Cheers,
Geoff


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If you are copying an image in Photoshop, select Edit, Copy Merged.  You'll get a flattened image.  If you are wanting to paste from the clipboard, as in copying something outside of Photoshop, after copying to the clipboard, click File, New in Pshop and it will give you a correct sized frame in which to paste the clipboard.  I'm not certain, though, that I'm answering your specific question. 

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On Thu, Oct 2, 2014 at 4:23 PM, Geoff Thompson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Thanks Brit! That's very useful. Amazing the tips you pick up from this
group!
Can someone remind me what the shortcut is when you copy an image and want
to paste it as a new flat image? I remember maybe Bruce mentioned it years
ago. I am constantly hitting "Ctrl"+"N" ("Command"+"N" on a Mac) and then
having to flatten the image.
Cheers,
Geoff

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