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Save As Options

Over the years, the Save As dialog box has become pretty complex (see Figure 16-1). It offers a lot of different options, including the important ability to save a copy of your file (see sidebar “Saving and Opening Images”). Depending on the settings in the Preferences dialog box, you may have even more options available to you. Note that the file format you choose (TIFF, PDF, EPS, and so on) determines which of these options are available. If you choose a format that doesn't support something in your file, Photoshop places a warning icon next to the offending option, and forces you to Save As a Copy.

Figure 16-1. The Save Asdialog box

The Save As dialog box allows you to decide which elements to save in your image. The Macintosh (upper-left) and Windows (left) versions are similar. If you choose a format that doesn't support one or more of the types of data in the image, Photoshop places a warning icon beside that data type and forces you to save a copy (see above).



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