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It's very annoying when opening up documents in Photoshop and they fit to screen which is usually 33% or 66% in my case. Is there a way to set the zoom at 100% regardless of how big the document is?

Using control +/= key is better than having to click in the box, type 100 and then hit enter, but it would be even better if it just defaulted to 100%.

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Welcome to Photo.SE Nick. Questions specific to photoshop are actually off-topic here. In a few minutes your question will be closed. – Alan Mar 3 '11 at 21:34
@Alan, I apologize for posting in the wrong place. I'm sure moving it would be a better solution than just closing it (Although it may not satisfy your power trip) :). – Nick Mar 3 '11 at 21:38
It was closed by non-mods. A mod would have to move it, so... – Pearsonartphoto Mar 3 '11 at 22:00
FTR voted to close it and flagged to move. I think that's the right thing to do. We can continue this discussion back on if anyone likes. :) – mattdm Mar 3 '11 at 22:43
Hi Nick. This wasn't about a power trip. Currently Photo.SE doesn't give us the ability to move a page, based on being off-topic (yet). So having it closed by community, will bring it to moderator's attention and they will move it as necessary. – Alan Mar 3 '11 at 23:22

The fast way of switching to 100% zoom in Photoshop is CTRL+ALT+0(on QWERTY section of keyboard).

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