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Hello!

Who can help me to save the end product (the slide which I can see running a slideshow) as .jpg

after modifying a picture with pan, zoom, rotate and additional comments?

Many thanks

Manfred

Not sure what you mean Manfred?

Have you tried right click & save as???

Yachtsman1

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Not sure what you mean Manfred?

Have you tried right click & save as???

Yachtsman1

Hello Yachtsman1,

many thanks for your immediate reply.

Please apologise my bad english.

I'd like to show you an example:

The origanal picture is imgp0820.jpg (see atachment1).

After modifying (Objects and Animation) you can see the "end product" (as screenshot).

I'd like to save the picture in the rectangle as .jpg

post-1978-12516235793_thumb.jpg

post-1978-125162361585_thumb.jpg

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Hi Manfred

Right click on the image with the mouse, this will make it appear full screen. Press "PrtScn" (print screen) on the keyboard, this will copy the image to the windows clipboard. Open a graphics program such as "Irfan View". Use "Ctrl V" or the "Paste command" to copy the image into the program. Use the "Save as" command to save the image in any format you wish. Ken.

P.S. You can press "PrtScn" while a slideshow is running to grab a frame, though some authors use the option to prevent this.

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Hi Manfred

If you have Photoshop or some other image manipulation software why not add the text to the picture and then save that image as a Jpeg.

Mike

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