Photoshop 1.6 [export as]

“Reducing File Sizes: Outputting to the web”


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  • When you have completed any edits and are ready to export a version of your file, it is a good idea to save a full resolution Photoshop .psd file so that you can go back and work with your layers, etc.
  • Now, navigate to File>Export>Export As...
  • In the "Format" type drop-down, choose "JPG" or if you want to preserve transparency, "PNG".
  • In the "Image Size" section, change the largest number (height or width) to be 1000 px (red rectangle below).
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  • Click "Save" and you will be prompted with a dialog box where you can give the image a filename and choose where to save it.

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