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Learn how to save all changes including preferences setting, color setting, pallet settings and the image changes in this ...
Adobe Photoshop CS2 Advanced training video.
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I am going to go ahead and put the Color Palette away at this point. Now I am going to go ahead and press the Tab key to get rid of all my palettes so that we can see how great this image looks against this darker gray background, doesn't it look wonderful? Yes, it does. Alright, now I will press Tab to bring back my palettes and my toolbox and so on. I am going to switch to my Marquee Tool, just so that I have a nice crosshair cursor here.
Now the final thing that you will want to do in order to save all these preference settings, in order to save the changes in the Preferences dialog box, the Color Settings dialog box, the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog box, the Info Palette and to this background as well to this dark gray pasteboard here.
To save all those changes, what do you do? Well, you don't save the file because the file is already saved, we didn't make any changes to this file except for one, we did make one change because we converted the color profile that was associated with it. To save that change, you would go to the File Menu and just choose the Save command.
To save all the other changes, you would choose the Exit command from the File Menu or choose the Quit command from the Photoshop Menu on the Mac or press Ctrl+Q or Command+Q. Quitting the program instructs Photoshop to go ahead and save all those changes as well and that's something I would like you to do right now.
So go ahead and quit Photoshop, relaunch it and then proceed on to Lesson 01.