Define the appearance of your business cards.
When you export graphical elements to a file, you can select the file type. For most supported file types a dialog opens where you can setup export options.
The following file types do not show an options dialog: RAS, SVG, TIFF, XPM.
The other file types show options dialogs where you can set the width and height of the exported image.
Depending on the file type, you can specify some more options. Press Shift+F1 and hover over the control to see an extended help text.
Selects the indicated path.
Specifies the height.
Includes a greeting. Select the greeting from the list box.
For JPEG files you can set the color depth and the quality.
For BMP files you can set the compression and the RLE encoding.
For PBM, PGM, and PPM files you can set the encoding.
For PNG files you can set the compression and the interlaced mode.
For GIF files you can set the transparency and the interlaced mode.
For EPS files you can set the preview, the color format, the compression, and the version.
You must print an EPS file with a PostScript printer. Other printers will only print the embedded preview.
Specifies whether a preview image is exported in the TIFF format together with the actual PostScript file.
Specifies whether a monochrome preview graphic in EPSI format is exported together with the PostScript file. This format only contains printable characters from the 7-bit ASCII code.
Compression is not available at this level. Select the Level 1 option if your PostScript printer does not offer the capabilities of Level 2.
Select the Level 2 option if your output device supports colored bitmaps, palette graphics and compressed graphics.
See Import and Export Filter Information for more information about filters.