Where is Optimize pop-up menu in Adobe Photoshop CS2?

Posted on 2008-06-26
Last Modified: 2010-04-21

I am trying to save an image but with a long file name.  I get the following message:

"Some names of the files being saved will be truncated to 31 characters for compatibility with Macintosh browsers.  To change your filename compatibility options, click the Optimize pop-up menu, choose Edit Output Settings, and select Saving Files."

Where is this "Optimize pop-up menu"? I can't find it anywhere.

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When you go to save the file(s), you have options for File name:, Save as type: and Settings. If you click on the Settings drop-down and click "Other..." that should give you a list of options, in the dropdown box one of theoptions is "Saving Files".

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