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  Exporting JPEG Images From Canvas™ 6

Note: The techniques used in this tutorial tie in directly with the transparent drop shadow tutorial in the Canvas Tips section of the site.

Deneba Canvas 6 is an excellent image editor in its own right and you can use it to prepare GIF and JPEG images for the Internet.

Exporting JPEG

1. Start by selecting the all the objects for the image you want to export as JPEG.


2. Click File > Save As. In the "Save As" dialog in the lower left corner there are two things to check. First, click the "Save Selection" radio button, then choose "JPEG" from the "Save as type" pull down. Then enter a filename. When done, click "Save".

Here it is for the PC...


Here it is for the Mac®...


3. Next you will see the "Render Image" dialog. Choose "RGB Color" for the mode and uncheck the "Anti-Alias" and "Mask" check boxes. Click "OK" when done.

PC version...

Mac version...


4. In the "Export JPEG" dialog, choose 100% quality. When you click "OK" Canvas 6 will generate the file.

PC version...

Mac version...


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