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Want to be able to open my projects in photoshop

I would like to know how I can save my projects in a way that it could be open by another program like in jpeg or another popular format and I would like to be able to save them on another hard drive of my computer.

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Under File, choose Export As...Use the drop-down box for the desired extension (i.e., jpeg). You can also choose to what drive and folder you want it to be saved. Good luck!

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Just do a "save as" and select the format you want that will open in another program. you can select your hard drive then as well

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