Chapter 22. Starting, Saving, and Printing Your Work

In the previous chapter, you learned a couple of ways to open a blank image file. (I sneaked it in ahead of this chapter so you could try out some tools.)

Starting a New Image File

Let's take another quick look at the New dialog box before we move on. Here it is again, in Figure 22.1, just to refresh your memory.

The New dialog box is used to create a new image file.

Figure 22.1. The New dialog box is used to create a new image file.

Starting at the top, you have the option of immediately naming your image, or leaving it untitled until you save it. Because I am almost always in a hurry, I skip that step and immediately consider page size. In this version ...

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