To set optimization preferences:

1 Do one of the following:

• In Windows and Mac OS 9.x, choose Edit > Preferences > Optimization.

• In Mac OS X, choose ImageReady > Preferences > Optimization.

2 Choose an option in the Default Optimization section:

• Previous Settings to automatically apply the last used optimization settings.

• Auto Selected GIF or JPEG to automatically optimize the image as a GIF or JPEG. ImageReady selects GIF or JPEG based on an analysis of the image.

• Named Setting and select an option from the Named Settings pop-up menu to apply that setting.

3 Under 2-Up Settings or 4-Up Settings, specify settings for the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th panes (3rd and 4th panes apply to 4-Up view only):

• Original to display the original image in the specified pane. (This option is available for the first pane only.)

• Current to display the image with current Optimize palette settings in the specified pane. (This option is available for all panes.)

• Auto to display a smaller optimized version of the image generated automatically by ImageReady, based on the current Optimize palette settings. (This option is available for the second, third, and fourth panes.)

• Select one of the named settings to display the optimized image with those settings. (This option is available for the second, third, and fourth panes.)

4 Click OK.

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