You may save current Text Picture in .jpg, .bmp, .tif or .wmf file formats.
Jpeg Image (*.jpg) or Bitmap (*.bmp) are basic file types used for saving your image as raster
image with not so much resolution. Maximum image width for this saving type is 2000 pixels. It is
enough size for monitor screen display or standard A4 (Letter) paper size printing. For larger size
please use tif or wmf file formats.
Big Tiff Image (*.tif) - If you select this option you start Export
Big Image dialogue. Here you may
to save your image as a raster picture of any size, size enough for very large format printing up to
tens feet (few meters) width billboards.
Windows Metafile (*.wmf) - Windows Metafile is a vector based file format. An image in this
format can be scaled up and down to any printed size without any quality loss.
An image saved in vector based Windows Metafile file format don't included font information. If
you made Text Picture using some unique font face installed on your system and want to print
Text Picture Metafile from another system, where this font is not installed, your picture may looks
not as intended.
There are few ways to fix this problem:
- Install your "unique font face" on the system you use for printing.
- Save (Export) your your Text Image as a Big Tiff Image with size big enough for printing.
- Print your Text Image to *.pdf file on your system and use other system to print resulting *.pdf