Saving and formats


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Saving and formats

My motto when it comes to saving a file is save early and save often, and that way you really protect your file from any unexpected computer crashes or other events. How do you know when a file need saving? Well, there are two ways. If you work with your Project Bin opened in the Full Edit mode, if you've made a change to a file and you haven't saved since making that change, you'll see this little paintbrush icon at the top right of the thumbnail. If you work with your Project Bin closed, you can take a look at the document tab for the photo, and if you see an asterisk there, that means the same thing, you've made a change to the photo and you haven't saved with that change.

When you do want to save, if you don't mind saving over the last version of the photo, you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+S on a PC or Command+S on a Mac. If you don't want to save over the last copy, or if you are not sure, go up to the File menu and from there, instead of going to ...

Saving and formats
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Saving and formats provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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