Photoshop: How do I save my 32-bit image as a JPEG?

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Please can someone help me solve this problem " why I can't save my art work in Photoshop as a jpeg file"Note: This conversation was created from a reply on: Two-key opacity shortcuts (00 for 0%) not working.
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Divine Kwesi Gidi

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David, Official Rep

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If your document has multiple layers, you're going to need to do File > Export and either Export As or Save For Web to save your image as a JPG.

Hope that helps,
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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You're working on a 32-bit file. Convert your file to 16 bits or 8 bits.
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Kit Kerner

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Try what Mr. Tranberry wrote. Sometimes I think I see that even with 8 bit, but it must be my eyes. However I just changed an 8 bit picture to 16 bit picture and the JPG option was there, to save. I think Divine and I have haunted programs. Does you [copy] [paste] work? Mine along with a bunch of other stuff is broken. Good Luck! 
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JPEG only supports 8 bits per color (and no layers). Photoshop may offer to save as JPEG when you have a 16 bits file, but if you choose that option then your image is saved as an 8 bits JPEG copy.