Saving files


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Saving files

Knowing how to save a file is a fundamental skill of working in the Editor. I'm going to make a slight change to this file. I'll select the Pencil tool here, and then I'm going to click the default color icon down here, and then click the double pointed arrow, so that white is my foreground color and I'm going to come in and just make a tiny mark that you can't even see here on the white. I did that so that I could show you that when you make a change to a file and you haven't yet saved it, it gets this tiny asterisk up here in the title bar, and that means that I need to save it or I might lose this change, if my computer were to crash before I'd saved it.

So I'm going to go up to the File menu and I can choose either Save or Save As. I generally choose Save As as extra insurance against saving over a file. But either command will open this Save As dialog box, when there is an asterisk in the title bar. The Save As dialog box opens to the folder where the ...

Saving files
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Saving files provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 8 for Windows Essential Training

Subject:
Photography
Software:
Photoshop Elements
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