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How do you save images with the Grab utility ?

 
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When I use Grab to capture the screen, I want to save the tiff file to a particular directory. Let say it is /sonny/quicken/receipts. However, the Grab saveAs option only lets me navigate to the top directory (sonny). Does anyone know how I can drill down to the sonny/quicken/receipts directory when I save a file?

Yes, I can use Finder and move it later, but I would like to do it all at once.
 
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In my 'Save As' dialog, I can navigate to the folder I want..

To the right of the field where you can type the name of the file, is an arrow you can click on - and a normal Finder window opens up - here you can navigate to the folder you want.

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