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Saving your work may seem a simple matter of choosing the save command. You know, like it is in other programs. But if you haven't guessed yet, Photoshop is not other programs. In fact, one of Photoshop's long standing claims to fame is its support for every image file format ever invented. You don't need to know about all of them, but you do want to know the ins and outs of four key file formats that are the standards of the print, interactive, and online, industries. These are TIFF, PNG, and Photoshop's native format, PSD. The last of which is how you save layers.
Plus, Photoshop includes an auto-save feature that will recover your work in the event of a crash. Watch the following five movies and you'll know everything.
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