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In this Adobe Photoshop CS3 tutorial, learn how to get a smaller file size by flattening all visible layers while merging ...
all hidden layers to create one layer.
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How to Flatten Layers in Photoshop CS3
If you need to create a smaller file size in Photoshop you can do that by flattening the layers. And what flattening the layers does is it merges all of your layers into one layer. So you need to make sure that you’re really done with all your editing and special effects that you want to do before you merge a layer.
The thing about this also if you have a layer you don’t want to be merged then go ahead and click it to make it invisible but it will not keep that invisible layer. It simply won’t combine it when it merges the layers but it will get rid of that. So go ahead and we’re going to merge all these together and I do not want to include this ones so I’m going to leave it invisible.
I’m going to go up to layer and then I’m going to go to flatten image. And it’s going to confirm that I want to discard those in layers. I’m going to click okay. And now I’ve got one layer. This really makes for a smaller file size but like I said be sure that you’re all done with your individual layer components before you go ahead and flatten your layers.