Well I tried some different formats to see how things would go. I thought a set of snapshots would be nice to send someone for use pretty much anywhere with no additioanl viewers. Saved out as PNG files worked quick and smooth, at least up until I looked at them. Publisher decided to exercises some artistic license on the export evidently. Not all of the pictures look like the snapshots in Publisher. Views are in drastically different orientations than the original. Is this a know issue or am I the lucky discoverer on this one?
Thank you for the post in Newsgrounp. I didn't find the orientations change problem when export to image. Which OS and which formate are you using to export image? and could you tell me the image resolution settings in the Publish to Image dialog? Please send an email to email@example.com , and I will share you a secure ftp site to upload your file if you want to.
I was exporting to PNG and I am running on Windows 7. As far as the settings in Publisher I can no longer tell you as my trial version is now expired. I can't spend the time installing it on another computer, especially since I don't know if it will recreate the problem there. I tried 4-5 times on my machine though and the same thing happened everytime. It wasn't every pic that was messed up only the first or second from each storyboard.
I have sent you an email with some files to look at.
The only thing I have done is proprietary so no, not really. Plus trial version is now dead so nothing more can be created.
Access a broad range of knowledge to help get the most out of your products and services.
Start with some of our most frequented solutions or visit the Installation and Licensing Forum to get help installing your software.
Upgrading to a 2015 product? Make sure to check these out 1st!