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1. **Back it up.**
2. **Navigate to the images or photos that you want to save.**
Select the images you want to save (refer to Step 1).
3. **Right-click or Control-click (Mac) and choose Save As on the shortcut menu or click the Save As button on the Image menu.**
The Save As window opens, as shown in Figure 12-1. If you are already saving files, you can simply double-click the file to launch Photoshop. To start a new document in Photoshop, choose File⇒New.
4. **Navigate the Save As window to find the destination folder for your files.**
5. **Select the file types to save your images (refer to Step 5 in the preceding task).**
6. **Click Save.**
Photoshop saves the image file in the folder you chose in Step 4.
Figure 12-1: Use the Save As window to save images as JPEG, TIFF, or PSD (Photoshop native) files.
This guide will show you the basic functions of Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, how to work with your files, and how to apply common edits, such as cropping, adding effects, brightness and contrast adjustments, and fixing common issues.
Learn to make high-quality images
This guide assumes you already know the basics of graphic design: concepts of composition, lighting, and proper image placement. This guide also assumes that you are familiar with graphic design and Photoshop concepts, as well as the most common features of Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
A useful tool for learning is Adobe Photoshop Express. You can use it to experiment with templates, menus, or buttons to make it easier to understand how you can make simple edits. It does not contain professional-level tools for working with images. To learn more about how to use it, refer to its documentation.
I recommend Photoshop Elements 11 because it has more tools that are useful for editing images. But it also has more tools than Photoshop to correct common image issues. The most useful Photoshop Elements features for working with images are the following.
Introducing Adobe Photoshop Elements
Most of the basic features found in Photoshop can also be found in Photoshop Elements. Photoshop Elements can be considered an alternative to Photoshop because it has most of the features of the professional version but with a simpler user interface.
In addition to the basic features of both Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, Elements has more useful tools. For example, it contains a module called Organizer, which creates backup copies of your images, creates image groups that organize your images, and lets you organize your photos and make image edits.
The Organizer module also allows you to print images directly from your computer, but printing is only available to people who have paid a subscription. You can also use the Organizer module to create Creative Cloud Libraries and share them with people who are not on the Creative Cloud. These are two useful features, so you should take a look at it if you want to edit images on your computer.
You can also create templates and use them to make common editing tasks easier and faster. For example, if you want to automatically resize images of any size to a specific dimension, you can use a template.
This feature is only found in the Touch version of Photoshop Elements and Photoshop. As in Photoshop, you can create 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 6x, and 10x
CDR3 domain selection by the mouse B cell antigen receptor is independent of motif sequence.
The specific B cell antigen receptor (BCR) repertoire is shaped by somatic recombination of germline gene segments to form the variable (V), diversity (D), and joining (J) gene segments. This site-specific rearrangement of V(D)J genes results in the creation of the CDR3 regions, which are the domains used by the BCR to interact with antigen. Here we address the possibility that sequence encoding the CDR3 regions in the mouse BCR mu chain contributes to a restriction of the repertoire. We have generated mouse transgenic (Tg) B cell lines expressing a chimeric mu chain with a murine-rat light chain (MRmu) that contains the murine VH and JH gene segments and a human VL region. The V, D, and J genes in MRmu are of murine origin and the VDJ region is in-frame. The transgenic mu chain was expressed at relatively high levels and is capable of mediating antigen-specific signaling. The MRmu(+) B cells from the transgenic animals display a restricted VDJ gene segment usage pattern similar to that seen for B cells derived from the same mice in which the endogenous mu chain was targeted with a human-mouse chimeric transgene. Analyses of the CDR3 regions showed that the B cells and T cells from transgenic animals express the same array of CDR3 amino acids as is seen in cells from nontransgenic animals, suggesting that the sequences encoding CDR3 regions do not contribute to B cell repertoire selection. This study is the first to show that the CDR3 regions are selected independently of the sequence encoding the region and that only limited sequence variability is tolerated.THE BEST COLORED EGGS FOR A FEW FUN PAINTINGS
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