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Slices auto matically appear and I 've no export choices

Posted on 2004-04-06
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Using photoshop7, and using guides to help
line up variuous elements of my design.

When I go to to save for web, slices have
appeared (even tho i nver created them)
and I dont have options to select jpegs
or gifs.
How can I ensure slics do not auto appear
and how can i retain all my usual options
for selcting jpegs/gifs/qualuty etc?
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Question by:astoller
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Do the slices appear where your guides were?

To select the format and quality when you have slices you have to select a slice first. Most images are only one slice (non-sliced) and so the format/quality settings are selected for that slice by default.
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by:astoller
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But I dont want to select a slice.
I dont want slices at all.
I didnt even slice the image.
I get a sliced image along guides
and I dont get options to select
jpegs or gifs etc.

How do i get these gif or jpeg options to come up?
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Ok, slices are appearing where you had guides. Are you sure you're using guides and not slices? You're pulling the guides off the ruler right?

Gif and JPEG options come up if you either dont have slices (1 big slice) or select a slice in the Save For Web dialog.
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