Adobe Photoshop (PSD)

The Adobe Photoshop (PSD) file format is the native bitmap file format for Adobe Photoshop.


To import an Adobe Photoshop file

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Click File CorelDRAW onestep Adobe Photoshop (PSD) Import.
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Locate the folder in which the file is stored.
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Do one of the following:
(Windows Vista) Choose PSD – Adobe Photoshop (*.psd; *.pdd) from the list box next to the File name box.
(Windows XP) Choose PSD – Adobe Photoshop from the Files of type list box.
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Click the filename.
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Click Import.
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You can also
Resample a graphic while importing
Crop a graphic while importing
For more information, see “To crop a bitmap while importing.”


To export an Adobe Photoshop file

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Click File CorelDRAW onestep Adobe Photoshop (PSD) Export.
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Locate the folder in which you want to save the file.
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Choose PSD – Adobe Photoshop from the Save as type list box.
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Type a filename in the File name list box.
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Click Export.
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In Convert to bitmap dialog box, adjust the width, height, resolution, color mode, or any of the other settings.

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You can export to an image with a transparent background.

Adobe Photoshop (PSD) technical notes

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Importing a PSD file
 
Monotone, grayscale, duotone, 48-bit RGB, and up to 32-bit CMYK images are supported.
 
Some layer effects cannot be imported. (Gradient map adjustment layer is imported without Noise, Opacity stops, and Dither.)
 
Imported layers using the Darken Color and Lighten Color blend modes map to the If Darker and If Lighter merge modes, respectively. For more information about working with merge modes, see “Applying merge modes.”
 
Smart Filter effects are imported as a base object stacked with separate filter effects.
 
Files that contain spot color channels are imported as multichannel (DeviceN) bitmaps.


Exporting a PSD file
 
This format supports 1-bit black-and-white and up to 32-bit CMYK color images.
 
Layers are supported.
 
Text is rasterized.
 
Spot color channel information is preserved in the exported file.

Adobe Photoshop (PSD)