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How to Delete a Project in Photoshop

Last updated: March 13, 2024 - 2 min read
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Navigating how to delete a project in Photoshop can be a daunting task. This article guides you through the process, potentially saving you valuable time and ensuring you avoid any unnecessary stress or confusion.

Step 1. Navigate to the Project File in Your System

Now, you need to locate the project file on your computer.

Step 1.1 Use File Explorer (Windows)

If you’re using Windows, open File Explorer. Navigate to the location where you saved your project.

Step 1.2 Use Finder (Mac)

On a Mac, open Finder. Use the search bar or manually navigate to the location where the project file is saved.

Step 2. Delete the Project File

Once you’ve located the file, it’s time to delete it.

Step 2.1 Right-click and Select Delete (Windows)

On Windows, right-click on the file. In the drop-down menu, click “Delete.”

Step 2.2 Move to Trash (Mac)

For Mac users, click on the file to select it, then drag it to the Trash icon in the Dock. You

You can utilize the AppCleaner application to eliminate all the remaining files from your computer.

Step 3. Confirm Deletion

A prompt might appear asking you to confirm the deletion. Click “Yes” or “Confirm.”

Step 4. Empty Trash or Recycle Bin

Finally, empty your Trash or Recycle Bin to permanently delete the file. On a Mac, right-click on the Trash icon and select “Empty Trash.” On Windows, right-click on the Recycle Bin and select “Empty Recycle Bin.”