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Save a Copy p. 116

  • The Save a Copy command has no options. No dialog box appears when saving a copy of a file in this manner. You can't specify a filename or select a destination folder, for example.

  • You can also use the Save a Copy command to simultaneously make copies of multiple pictures. Before issuing the command, -click each picture that you want to copy. (When selecting pictures to copy, use Hold to add pictures from multiple folders.)

Export to Folder p. 117

  • JPEG files use lossy compression. That is, the higher the compression you select, the more image quality you'll lose. (By comparison, compression algorithms for TIFF files are lossless. That is, no image quality is lost; the files are simply made smaller.) If you're exporting digital photos that will only be viewed onscreen, you can safely apply much higher compression before its effects are evident onscreen. However, if you intend to print the exported files or edit them in another program, you'll want to keep compression to a minimum—use a JPEG setting close to 100%.

  • If you've previously exported images from the current folder, you can select the previous destination folder. Doing so prevents the creation of a new subfolder.


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