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In this Adobe Photoshop CS3 tutorial, learn how any image opened with Adobe Photoshop CS3 can be saved as a GIF file.
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A GIF file is low in quality but it’s also low in file size. So if that’s a consideration, you may consider saving you Photoshop file as a GIF image. To do this go ahead and go up to file, go to Save As and then in the Save As dialogue box under format go ahead and choose CompuServe GIF (*.GIF) is our file extension. Go ahead and decide where you want to save this. Go ahead and name it if necessary. Click on Save and you’re going to get this dialogue box that you’ll only get when you save it as a GIF file. You can choose a different palette if you want. I’d like to go ahead and use Selective. You can also change the colors if you want less or more colors. You can do the Force as far the color if you want a black and white primary. So for the web, again I usually like to keep these as Set. You can also choose to have Transparency or not if you want. You have a couple other options down here Dither, you can choose to have a different Dither to it to have a little pattern, a little texture to it. I’m going to go ahead and click on None and go ahead and click OK and a Row Order you can choose as Normal and this means that when the image shows up, its going to load selection by selection. And if you choose Interlaced then the images got a kind to fade in if opened.
So go ahead and click on OK after you’ve made your decision and you have now created your GIF file.