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Convert wordart to jpeg

Postby adw223 » Thu Mar 17, 2005 5:47 am

Hi I have a company logo which was created in microsoft word. The logo is made up in word with a separate jpeg image, wordart and text box all placed next to each other. Is there any way I can convert the three separate parts of the logo into one combined jpeg (or any other image format) with a quality of at least 300dpi. I need to do this so that I can put the full logo on my web-site. I have tried copying the three and putting them in paint but the quality is only 90dpi. I have also tried microsoft picture it but when I paste into the program nothing appears. Any help would be appreciated.

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Postby ChristyK » Thu Mar 17, 2005 8:33 am

Can it be as simple as using Paint Shop to do a Screen Capture of the Word logo? Once in PS do an Image/Resize and change the dpi to 300, then save the picture in JPG format. Not sure if that would give you the quality you need.

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Postby Lynn Terry » Thu Mar 17, 2005 10:18 am

You can download the PaintShop Pro Trial. Once you get that installed, open your Word document, click the "Prt Scr" button on your keyword (to "print screen").

Open Paint Shop Pro, Click File > New , then Edit > Paste. See if you can get the image in PSP that way, and let us know how it goes ;)
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Postby vmti2003 » Mon Sep 18, 2006 12:23 pm

Christy's advise is the way to go - snapshot the logo and edit it in your image editor. If you do not have a snapshot utility, do the following.

1. Open your Word file with the logo

2. Press the Alt/Prt Scrn keys together (Scrn key is located near funtion keys at the top of your keyboard.

3. Open your image editor and open a New blank window.

4. Edit/Paste the snapshot into your editor.

5. Use the cropping tool to trim away the excess image around your logo.

6. Save it.

PS Turn off your paragraph marks in Word, or the dots and paragragh marks will copy over and you'll have to edit them out.
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