How to Save a Photoshop Image


Most computer users find it frustrating to look for a file they thought was saved, yet discover it's not where it should be. Another common frustration is finding that a Photoshop file was saved in the wrong format. Follow these steps to ensure that files get saved correctly every time.

  • Choose "File," then "Save." The short key command is "Ctrl+S."

  • Type what you want to name the file into the "File Name" field.

  • Choose a file location from the dropdown menu. If you want to locate a folder or drive aside from the default one, click on the drop down menu at the top of the dialog box and select a new location.

  • Determine the file format you want to use and select it from the "Save As" pop-up menu. Most files will save better if they are flattened first. If you want to keep your layers, choose the "Photoshop PDF" format.

  • Check any options that you want included in the "Save" section of the dialog box. If your file contains an embedded profile, click the box on "Color: Embed Color Profile." Click "Save."

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