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-When exporting images to standard graphics files, you have the choice of including the effects of all tools and filters performed within StudioLine (see the section "​Exporting"​ elsewhere in this manual.) Sometimes, it may be desirable to make changes to an image permanent even though it will stay in the Image Archive. Do this by right-clicking on an image, choosing the submenu "Image with Image Tools Applied"​ and select one of the available functions:+When exporting images to standard graphics files, you have the choice of including the effects of all tools and filters performed within StudioLine (see the section "​Exporting"​ elsewhere in this manual)Sometimes, it may be desirable to make changes to an image permanent even though it will stay in the Image Archive. Do this by right-clicking on an image, choosing the submenu "Image with Image Tools Applied"​ and select one of the available functions:
  
-  * **Open Copy With**\\ This function is equivalent to the function "​Original,​" ​"Open With," discussed previously in the section "​Editing with Third-Party Applications." However, this time StudioLine will first create a copy of the selected image and its descriptors,​ as well as permanently incorporate the effects of all filters and tools, including any image preprocessing. The copy will have an empty "​Active Image Tools" list because all editing has been permanently fused into the copy. All descriptors will, however, be carried over to the copy. This copy will then be opened in the third-party application. +  * **Open Copy With**\\ This function is equivalent to the function "​Original", "Open With"discussed previously in the section "​Editing with Third-Party Applications"​However, this time StudioLine will first create a copy of the selected image and its descriptors,​ as well as permanently incorporate the effects of all filters and tools, including any image preprocessing. The copy will have an empty "​Active Image Tools" list because all editing has been permanently fused into the copy. All descriptors will, however, be carried over to the copy. This copy will then be opened in the third-party application. 
-  * **Create Copy**\\ Here StudioLine does the same thing as in the previous function "Open Copy With," but does not go on to open the copy in a third-party application. As above, the copy will have an empty "​Active Image Tools" list because all tools have been processed and directly rendered into the copy. All the descriptors will nevertheless be retained.+  * **Create Copy**\\ Here StudioLine does the same thing as in the previous function "Open Copy With"but does not go on to open the copy in a third-party application. As above, the copy will have an empty "​Active Image Tools" list because all tools have been processed and directly rendered into the copy. All the descriptors will nevertheless be retained.
  
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