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Saving for the Web

The full-blown version of Photoshop ships with a second program called ImageReady, which is used to prepare images for the Web. It helps you find the best combination of file format, image size, and image quality to place the image on a Web page so it will load quickly and look as good as possible. Elements has a similar feature, which is simply called Save for Web and is found on the File menu. Figure 3.8 shows the Save for Web dialog box.

Figure 3.8. The two views of the image compare the original to the optimized version. It’s often hard to see a difference.



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