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Hour 23. Printing and Publishing > Placing Photoshop Images in Other Programs

Placing Photoshop Images in Other Programs

Either your Photoshop images will be “standalone” works of art, or they will be incorporated into some other kind of project. Perhaps you edit a newsletter, or you do Flash movies or PowerPoint presentations. Maybe you've done a pile of product shots to go into a catalog. The question is, how do you move them from Photoshop into some other application? It's not difficult. The other programs do the importing. You simply need to save your images in a compatible format, and in a folder that you can easily keep track of.

Compatible formats for anything ending up as printed matter would depend on whether the final product is being printed on a Postscript or non-Postscript printer. To print on a Postscript printer, save the file as a PDF, DCS, or EPS. For non-Postscript printers, use TIFF when you place the picture into another file.


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