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Old December 9th, 2006, 03:37 PM
Don Lashier Don Lashier is offline
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Originally Posted by Asher Kelman
Save and then flatten a duplicate copy of the file by going as you know to Layers, drop down to flatten.
I don't even bother flattening. "Save as" and selecting jpeg will save a flattened version and leave your original layers intact (which I have previously saved as psd). This lets you easily paste in a new conversion or move up to dual conversions without having to redo the text or borders you may have created. Of course if my psd is full size, then I dup image and resize (and perhaps final sharpen) before saving as jpeg.

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