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3 ways to do it:

1. Go to the file menu, then click "Save as" Then there will be a little drop-down menu that will let you chose the image format you want to save it as. I recommend you save it as a png.

2. Pres Ctrl+Shift+S, then use the drop-down menu to choose the image format you want.

3. Click on the Layers menu, then click on flaten image. Then use one of the processes above

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