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= Saving Images = ||Up to FreeviewGuide||Back to [[../FreeviewCursor| FreeviewCursor]]||Continue to [[../FreeviewTips| FreeviewTips]]||

= Saving Volumes =

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Saving Volumes

You can save a volume simply by going to File>Save Volume, or File>Save Volume As if you want to save it under a different name. You can also click the Save Volume icon volume_save.gif in the control panel.

If you are saving a new volume, you will be asked to name it and will be able to change the directory in which it is saved.

If you have multiple volumes open, click the name of the volume you wish to save in the toolbar so that it is highlighted in blue, and then save.

Be sure to wait until the volume has finished saving before exiting Freeview! It can take up to a minute or two. The blue loading bar in the bottom right hand corner of the window tracks Freeview's progress, and the terminal window will say "filename.mgz has saved successfully."

You are able to work on your volume even while it is still saving, so you won't waste anytime, and remember to save your work frequently so you won't lose any of your work.

FreeviewGuide/FreeviewGeneralUsage/FreeviewSavingVolumes (last edited 2011-03-02 17:05:15 by LouisVinke)