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Saved my NEF picture after processing to PSD, psd, TIFF, tiff and PNG, png. 6 versions altogether After processing them in CS3 I then tried to Save As then as JPEG  And find I am not given that option Loking at an old CS version on the PC I find that I have a full list of formats to choose from Pleas why not on the iMac in CS3 or how do I do it Also whats the difference between PSD and psd etc Keith Moore

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FIrst you should understand the terminology a bit. It isn't important to know where the terms come from though most of the names mean a bit about the file type or the way it is being saved. Tiff for instance stands for Targa Encoded File Format. TIff was the File format the the art world loved in the 90's - and most of the 2000's for saving large high res documents in. A JPEG file format, was and is the best for full color internet graphics, home use and now publications because of its way of compressing a larger file to a smaller file without loosing much of the information in traslation as long as you keep the compression to a minimum or even at its highest level 12 (the one I prefer).

now more to the point your problem is that you are in a Photo Shop Document Mode (PSD file format) in order to save as a JPEG, you might need to go to the file menu and scroll down to save a copy as and click that, then you will find that you can select JPEG file format. The PSD mode sometimes won't allow you to choose this if there are many layers on the file.

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You probably need to flatten the image to get it into a background layer only. Choose in menu: Layer/Flatten image then try to save your image.

If it didn't work, then most likely your image is in 16 bits/channel mode, change it to 8 bits/channel. Choose in menu: Image/Mode/8 bits/channel.

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