How to save my working interface and create a shortcut?

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I am new user for Ps.
I spend a lot of time to create my working interface, such as tools panel, edit panel...
How to save my working interface and create a shortcut?
The goal is to open my working interface any time without rebuild it.
 
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To SAVE your workspace as you have it set:
MENU: Window > Workspace > New Workspace
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Now it will always appear in the Workspace menu and remain as the default until you change it.
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Thank you.
How to create a shortcut key to open my Workspace?
The similar problem has been bothering me in Lrc.
There is no workspace in LR under Windows.
Today I am working to learn shortcut from the file of shortcut key list but lead me no way going back to Working interface.
Finally, I have to close Prc and re-open it.
How to create a shortcut key so that I can easier to back to main page to edit photos.
 
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You open your workspace in Photoshop, from the menu Rob showed. You cannot select a Photoshop workspace outside of Photoshop. Lightroom does not have workspaces, because you cannot rearrange panels like you can in Photoshop.
 
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How to create a shortcut key to open my Workspace?
All workspaces are menu commands, and Photoshop can create keyboard shortcuts for a menu command, so you can customize the keyboard shortcut for the menu command of your workspace.

In Photoshop, choose Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts, choose Application Menus from the Shortcuts For pop-up menu, scroll the list to Window > Workspace, find the Workspace submenu command for your workspace, and assign a keyboard shortcut to it. You might want to save your changes are a keyboard Set to preserve them in case you have to reinstall or change computers.

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Lightroom Classic does not have custom workspaces or customizable keyboard shortcuts, but it remembers the last panel settings you used in each module (which panels, panel stacks, and lists are expanded, collapsed…).
 
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My version of PS missing "My custom workspace"... (Windows 10, v23.3.2)
“My Custom Workspace” is the name I gave to a sample workspace I created. Yours will have the name you gave to your workspace.
Or do you mean the name of the workspace you created is missing in the Keyboard Shortcuts and Menus dialog box?
 
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Lock Workspace just prevents modifying the current workspace. That isn’t the command you want.

If you want to create a separate new workspace and name it, use the New Workspace command instead. Creating a new workspace functions similarly to creating a new document in any software: When you create a new one, you can name it.

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Your picture shows that you can’t create a shortcut key because you haven’t selected the command yet. Follow the steps in my earlier post in this thread, which includes a picture of what you should see when you have selected your workspace command in the dialog box:
In Photoshop, choose Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts, choose Application Menus from the Shortcuts For pop-up menu, scroll the list to Window > Workspace, find the Workspace submenu command for your workspace, and assign a keyboard shortcut to it.
In your picture, those steps have not yet been done.
 
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