Use the Save As command

1. Verify that the PS 1-1.psd window is active.

2. Click File on the menu bar, click Save As, then compare your Save As dialog box to Figure 9.

3. If the drive containing your Data Files is not displayed, click the Save in list arrow (Win) or the Where list arrow (Mac), then navigate to the drive and folder where your Chapter 1 Data Files are stored.

4. Select the current filename in the File name text box (Win) or Save As text box (Mac)

(if necessary); type Hot Air Balloons, then click Save. Compare your image to Figure 10.

I TIP Click OK to close the Maximize Compatibility dialog box (if necessary).

You used the Save As command on the File menu to save the file with a new name. This command makes it possible for you to save a changed version of an image while keeping the original file intact.

FIGURE 9

Save ^s dialog box

Your list of files might be different

New filename

FIGURE 9

Save ^s dialog box

Your list of files might be different

New filename

FIGURE 10

Hot Air Balloons image

Duplicate file has new name

Changing file formats

In addition to using the Save As command to duplicate an existing file, this is a handy way of changing one format into another. For example, you can open an image you created in a digital camera, then make modifications in the Photoshop format. To do this, open the .jpg file in Photoshop, click File on the menu bar, then click Save As. Name the file, click the Format list arrow, click Photoshop (*.PSD, *.PDD), then click OK.

FIGURE 10

Hot Air Balloons image

Duplicate file has new name

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