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adobe photoshop 5.5

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by TimD, Mar 30, 2001.

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  1. TimD

    TimD Thread Starter

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    anyone have any idea how to save to a .jpeg all the time?

    when i haven't messed with the size of a picture i can save as a jpg, but if i've altered size or pasted or a few other wierd things i can't save to anything but the stupid adobe format

    i'm going crazy here

    also is there any way to cut all the layers at once, instead of having to choose a layer and cut

    i'm hating this program more and more as the minutes pass
     
  2. TimD

    TimD Thread Starter

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    sweet, i just figured it out after i posted it

    man i feel dumb now

    if anyone knows any tips or tricks for this program please throw em at me, it's all new to me and i'd like to get as good with it as i can

    thanks
     
  3. vp123

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    I don't know how it's done by default but u can use the 'Save for Web' option under 'File'. Using this u can save in any of the formats as in the drop down box.
    Regd. second part, I don't understand it quite clearly. But from what I understand I guess u want to remove all the layers u have created. In that case click on the first layer created and delete, this will ensure all succesive layers are removed. However all intermedieate steps (like paint,pencil) are also removed. It is slightly advanced in version 6.0 where u can go back many stages and still remove only some particular instance and not affect others (in history).
     
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