Now that we have got all of our essential preferences and everything out of the way as far as color management goes here inside the Photoshop program, what we are going to be doing now is we are going to be saving our settings so that each time we launch Photoshop all of these things keep coming back and are sticky so that we don't have a problem with anything each and every time we start up the program.
So in order to save your settings what you need to do now is go ahead and quit the Photoshop program. Now this is going to sound kind of strange, but just quitting the program is automatically going to allow you to save these settings. It's going to store them in Photoshop's preference setting files, and each time you relaunch Photoshop you are going to be able to have those settings without any problem whatsoever.
So now go ahead and if you are on the Macintosh program, you are going to choose the Photoshop menu and come all the way down to Quit Photoshop. If you are on the PC, you should go up to the File menu and choose Exit. That's just going to go ahead and quit Photoshop and then you can go ahead and relaunch it right after you do that so that we can continue with our next chapter.
So just to recap everything that we have gone over so far in this first chapter, first we went in and we set some key Photoshop preferences that are just going to help our workflow go more smoothly and hopefully get you and I on the same page so that we can work together throughout this series. Then we went in and we changed our color settings so that we can more accurately perceive our color on screen.
The next thing we went through is went through working in different color spaces and I also reminded you that you should convert your profiles instead of assign them. This is very important, always remember to convert rather than assign. And then finally we took a look at how to change your background inside of Photoshop in order to maintain accurate color perception when working inside the program.