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Chapter 16. Controlling Image Output > Saving a Document with a Different File ...

Saving a Document with a Different File Format

After all your hard work, you now need to save your document. The saving process involves selecting a specific file format, naming the file, and choosing a destination. Choose a file name, which will help identify the document (looking in a folder of 100 images and seeing files names, such as image_a, image_b, really doesn't help). Select a destination, such as a hard drive, removable media, or even rewritable CD or DVD. Determine the format of the document file. While name and location are important, the file format is crucial to the future of the image. The file format determines how the document is stored, and what information is saved with the file. Choosing the wrong format, may even prevent you from correctly outputting the file.


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