How do I make Paintshop Pro v8.10 remember the format I last saved a file in?

Posted on 2005-04-06
Last Modified: 2013-11-19
Every time I go to "save as..." in PaintShop Pro it tries to save the file as a PaintShop Pro file, and I have to change it to JPEG. I am sure in earlier versions of PSP it remembered the last format I used for save as, but in this version I can't seem to find the preference setting to tell it to do this.

How do I do it?
Question by:purplesoup
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    Accepted Solution

    From the menu, go File -> Preferences -> General Program Preferences -> Display and Caching
    In the Presentation side of the panel, click in the box that reads "Re-use last type in file save-as dialog"
    Click "OK"
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    Expert Comment

    BTW, I don't know why they keep moving this around, but it gets annoying, doesn't it? :)

    Author Comment

    Of course - display and caching, that's where you'll find the save preferences!

    Thanks - that's sorted it.

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