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MS Word-Art to JPG

Posted on 1998-06-07
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I've made some wordart that i would like to be able to put on a web page, but the only way the Microsft will let me save the picture is as a 256 color gif or bitmap. Is there a way to retain all of the clarity of the word art that i see in MSWord and save it as a JPG?

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Sure!
You'll have to have a graphics program other than WordArt to do this though (that supports jpg).  There's two ways you can try:
1.  (Bitmaps are not 256 colors)  Sooo... save it as a bmp and then go into your graphics program.  Open up the saved file, and then save it in jpg form.
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2.  Select the whole graphic, and choose Edit, Copy.  Then go into your graphics program and do Edit, Paste.  Then save it as a jpg file in your graphics program.
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i do it when i have your trouble.
i open the Corel Draw program, and then insert into the corel page, the  word art, then i select the word art, and copy it, and then delete, the selected area, then i go and paste it
when the program ask me how to paste i said, that paste special.
Now i copy once again. now you can save as jpg. and open in a jpg  program
if you have a more specific answer ask to me
rigartua
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