How To EXPORT In Aperture

Hi,
I have imported some photos, and edited them using Aperture.
But I do not know how to "export" the edited photos.
Like I "move the photo dsc001 behind dsc0008", but it still does not make any change after I export them.
Thanks.
Ed

Like I "move the photo dsc001 behind dsc0008"
Can you please explain a little more how you tried to export? I really do not understand how you are moving an image behind another, and how that is supposed to export?
If you have edited an image in Aperture and want to export the edited image to a folder on your hard disk, you use the "Export" command from Aperture's main menu bar:
          File > Export > Version
Then set the "Export Preset" pop up menu to a suitable size and encoding, for example: "Jpeg - Original Size" and select a folder to export to. You can also specify a subfolder format and a naming preset.
Or you can use the "Share" menu to email your images or to share them online.
Regards
Léonie

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