Switch to the Line tool found in the Shapes tools (Shift-U until it comes up), and on this new layer draw a diagonal line where you want your guide to appear (make sure you have Fill Pixels icon selected in the Options Bar).
How do you make angled guides in Photoshop?
To do this, select the Ruler Tool (shortcut: I ), draw an angled line with it, select Image → Image Rotation → Arbitrary… which will open Rotate Canvas dialog with your angle already set.
How do you make custom guides in Photoshop?
Place a guide
- Hold down Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS), and drag from the vertical ruler to create a horizontal guide.
- Drag from the vertical ruler to create a vertical guide.
- Hold down Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS), and drag from the horizontal ruler to create a vertical guide.
What is the shortcut key for smart guide?
|Show/ hide smart guides||Ctrl + U||Command + U|
|Show/ hide perspective grid||Ctrl + Shift + I||Command + Shift + I|
|Show grid||Ctrl + ‘||Command + ‘|
|Snap to grid||Shift + Ctrl + ‘||Shift + Command + ‘|
Can you rotate guides in Photoshop?
After using the Ruler tool to take a measurement in a document, selecting Image > Image Rotation> Arbitrary will automatically enter the ruler measurement in the Rotate Canvas dialog box (and allow you to choose between rotating CW or CCW). The Ruler tool can be used to measure an angle like a protractor.
Why can’t I see guides in Photoshop?
Hide / Show Guides: Go to View in the menu and select Show and select Guides to toggle hide and show guides.
Can you save guides in Photoshop?
There is no way of actually saving guides. But you can create a new action and create new guides (View: New Guide, repeat for each guide line as needed). Then, whenever you have a document of the same dimensions, just play that action and it will lay your guides out for you.