Importing images from the internet to corel draw 12
I need to cut out an image I have found on the internet. I saved it as a jpeg and a bitmap, but when I import it into corel I can see the image, but when I go to export it, it is not there. Do I need to convert it to something other than the above mentioned?
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Re: importing images from the internet to corel draw 12
1st) Go to file new and after a blank page is displayed go to File import and when the import screen is displayed go to "files by type" and select "ALL FILE FORMATS" be certain that you are looking in the folder that contains the jpeg file that you want and select it.
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To create a glow: make a copy of your image you want to glow. paste to the side or original. select original. Convert to Bitmap, then use Gaussian blur, select pixel width of blur, preview it, then apply it when it look good. Put your copied image on top of the blurred image, bringing the copied image TO FRONT. voila
NOTE change color of image to be bit-mapped BEFORE you convert to bitmap for a COLORED Glow
Hi shivshankara, My name is DennisGladx and I'm Glad to be of assistance. I have ver 13 but I still have my ownwrs manual to ver 8 and I would direct you to page 652. If you don't have the manual here are the steps.
1) Left click FILE, Publish to internet. 2) Left click INTERNET DIALOG BUTTON. 3) In the Publish to internet dialog box, enable the HTML button. 4) Choose the folder in which you want to save your published HTML document from the HTML folder list box. 5) type the name of the folder in which you want to save the bitmaps in from your document in the image folder box. (the image folder is a sub folder of the HTML folder. 6) Click export all pages. Good luck Glad to be of assistance - please rate the solution - I can learn from your rating. Thank you
JPEG is a raster image. Every pixel is identified to the computer. MS Word is resizing the picture to make it fit. When it does this it causes pixels to disappear. This is why you will get blocky images and or unreadable text.
The Solution is
Re size the image and bump the dpi to at least 300. This will add enough pixels to where you won't notice the stair step.
The professional way to do it is with Vector images. This is difficult to do if you are using a photograph. You will need to plot the image out (basically re draw it with lines and bucket fills)
Open the file in whatever program you are using, or a program such as MS Paint, then save the file this way...
Select FILE, Hit "Save As..." This will open the window "Save As".
At the bottom of the window below "File name:" is "Save as type:".
Hit the drop-down button, and select the file type you desire. (bitmap)
if you want to import any image, it has to be saved with a transparent background, like a (.gif or .png) image.. for example if you have an image i.e plane.jpeg you need to open it in an image editing software like adobe photoshop and delete the background save the image as plane.png and import the plane.png to flash.
You can edit the picture in flash also to remove the background.. but the process is not easy and its time consuming. so try that workaround like i said before let us know if it worked.