Adobe Photoshop CS comes with an amazing assortment of tools to help you edit your images. The latest version includes a wide range of features to make things easier, but how can you get the most out of it? In this second part of Chapter 5 from Mordy Golding's Adobe Creative Suite,(Sams, 2003, ISBN: 0672325918), you'll learn various ways to adjust your images, whether you're just trying to clean it up or want to try out some interesting effects.
Using Adobe Photoshop CS, Part 2 - Saving and Printing (Page 12 of 12 )
When you're done with your file, you can either print it or save it in any of several formats. To print your file, choose File, Print, but you'll get more options when you choose File, Print with Preview (see Figure 5.139). Here you can scale and control the position of the art on your page, and choose color management options, such as specifying a color profile for your printer. You can also click on the pop-up menu (the Show More Options button) to choose output options such as bleeds and registration marks (see Figure 5.140).
Figure 5.139The Print dialog.
When saving your files, you can choose from many of Photoshop's supported formats, including JPEG, Photoshop PDF, Photoshop EPS, PNG, TIFF, or even Targa files (used for video workflows). Depending on your workflow, you may require different file formats. In Part III of this book, "The Projects," we'll dive deeper into many of these file formats.
Figure 5.140Specifying other print-specific options.
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