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Cropping in Preview: how to save?


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Preview has a simple set of fixes, including cropping. But once I have cropped a photo, I cannot find how to save it. There must be a simple way but I have yet to discover it...it's not under File, where a save command is usually found.

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Command + S usually does the trick for me.

Edit: I just checked Preview, and the save option is right there under File. Not sure why you can't see it.


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Command + S usually does the trick for me.

Edit: I just checked Preview, and the save option is right there under File. Not sure why you can't see it.
I was wondering the same thing. I use Preview a lot for cropping artwork for iTunes.

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