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Old 05-03-2006, 08:32 PM
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Copying to JPG

Hi, I have a quick question to ask. My girl friend has some pictures that she needs copied to a CD. She says that the pictures must be saved as a JPG file. I scanned the images as a JPG file, and added text to the images that had writing on the back, or was provided with a sticky note. As I looked through the list of images, some are JPG, and some are photoshop images. I guess I have to rescan, and not put the text in as they would like? I guess I'm not sure. Im sure someone can straighten me out, thanks in advance.
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Old 05-03-2006, 09:02 PM
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You shouldn't need to rescan, just open the Photoshop files in Photoshop and save as jpgs.
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Old 05-03-2006, 10:50 PM
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If you added a text layer and did not flatten the file, then it would have saved as a PSD with layers. As Paul points out you can do a File>Save As and save a jpg copy and just keep the psd copy if you think you will need to change the text some time.
BTW, another way to add text is to do a File>info and you have multiple places to enter a ton of info regarding the file. It will be stored as meta data along with the file, however if the recipient's s/w can not read the meta data, the info will be of no use to them.
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