Attempting to save a file in PNG-24 format with the Save for Web command in Illustrator. This creates a new folder called Images with several PNG files instead of just one, each file being a slice of the entire image.

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    Edit output settings was removed in CS6. Since then, I don't believe we've had control over the save for web command (which is deprecated). As zeethreepio mentioned, I would try exporting as a PNG using one of the other two export options. – Geoff Ball Jan 9 '17 at 20:41
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    Is it possible you're using 'Export for Screens' instead of 'Save for Web'? – wing-it Jan 9 '17 at 20:44
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    Do you need (or have) slices in your document? If not, go to Object >> Slice >> Delete All. Then save for web again. Alternatively, use one of the newer options for saving images like Asset Export or Export... (as png) or Export for Screens. If that does not work, open in Photoshop and save from there? Hard to say much more without more info. – mhulse Jan 9 '17 at 23:47

1). First Select which slice you want,

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2). Select save for web option and Select Export Menu and Select as Selected Slice, and Save

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3). Show in Folder Every Slice is Separate.

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