Previewing images Click a tab at the top of the image area to select a display option: Original to view the image with no optimization, Optimized to view the image with the current optimization settings applied, 2-Up to view two versions of the image side by side, or 4-Up to view four versions of the image side-by-side.
If the entire artwork is not visible in the Save for Web dialog box, you can use the hand tool to bring another area into view. Select the hand tool (or hold down the spacebar), and drag in the view area to pan over the image. You can also use the zoom tool to magnify or reduce the view. Select the zoom tool s, and click in a view to zoom in; hold down Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS), and click in a view to zoom out. Alternatively, you can specify a magnification level in the Zoom text box at the bottom of the Save for Web dialog box.
Selecting a view Click a different pane in the Save for Web dialog box to select a new view. If you're working in 2-Up or 4-Up view, you must select a view before you apply optimization settings. A black frame indicates which view is selected.
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