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In Adobe Lightroom, is there a quick way to view the picture without the transforms applied? I'm looking for a single keypress or mouse click to toggle/switch between the pre and post transformed view.

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Use the \ key. You should be able to figure this out by going to the View menu, Before/After and next to the menu items you'll see the shortcuts there.

More shortcuts here: Adobe Lightroom 3 shortcuts

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