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In this brief movie, I want to share with you two shortcuts that you can use, which will help you as you're working with the Web module. You can see that I've selected in my Layout Style the Airtight PostcardViewer. This is kind of an interesting, or fun Web gallery. And one of the things that's fascinating about it is that each time the viewer visits this site, if you have it live, they'll see the images arranged in a different way. To get a preview into that, you can use a shortcut in order to reload the gallery.
Press Command+R on a Mac, or Control+R on Windows, and here you can see the arrangement is different. And sometimes this can be helpful if you've made customizations to a Web gallery. For example, I'll go ahead and select one image in my filmstrip, hold down the Shift key, then select another. Next I am going to select, rather than using all the filmstrip photos, I'll use these selected photos. This will then update the gallery. Well, if I want to view this, or reload this, can once again press Command+R or Control+R in order to do so.
Well let's say that we've customized the gallery, we've reloaded it in order to see how it works, and how it looks, and we are ready to export this gallery, and we want to export it to a folder on our hard drive. To do that, we can either click on the Export button, or you can press the shortcut key combination Command+J on a Mac, or Control+J on Windows, and this would open up our Save As dialog, which would allow us to save our Web gallery to a folder on our hard drive.
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