Today we learn to cut and layer images in Acorn.
This episode will only take 5 minutes and 42 seconds of your time.
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At the end of this episode, it notes that you can flatten the image, then save it into one of many formats. Remember, you do not have to flatten an image before saving it as a .png or .jpg file. If you want to use the image in a Pages or Keynote, or perhaps on a webpage, you will need to save your image into a format other than the .acorn file format. Saving a copy in .acorn (and leaving it multiple layers) will allow you to return to the image, and continue to be able to modify each layer independent of the other layers. This is one of the great aspects of tools like Acorn that allow you to have multiple layers!
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