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I suggest combining Muhammed Aslam C's answer with Tianzhen Lin's... So use the Action recording to do what Tianzhen Lin describes with the "dialogue on/off" switch on for the save stage. Saved me a lot of time!
I believe bmp only supports 8 bit RGB (24bit images) Things can get confusing when dealing with the word "bit" at times. By Adobe definitions..... 8 bit RGB = 24bit image (8 bits R, 8 bits G, 8 bits B = 24). 16 bit RGB = 48bit image (16 bits R, 16 bits G, 16 bits B = 48). Using these numbers, standard RGB images are referred to as 8 or 24 bit. 16 bit ...
Record with "Image Size" function used. After recording the action, in action panel, click "Action 1" -> Image Size(Double Click) -> set pixel or percentage or ... then run again
I suggest you to rename the .kmz file in .zip, you will find a collada model inside the archive :-) (Or you can export from sketchup using "export for material" in the 3ds export options)
PNG's format aren't vector, like jpg, gif and many others. Their are raster image. If you want to export a vector image, you have to do "File > Save As.." and then select the file format like .svg, .eps, ai (Illustrator) and .pdf. These images are visible only through any software or in the browser. If you do "File > Export..." you can only save a raster ...
It's the .png format that is the problem. .png is a raster format that will not upsize very well, just like any raster format. You need to save it in a vector format, such as: .ai - You'll most likely want to save everything to this format for your own safe keeping because it retains all editability unlike other formats. You would then save the same file ...
If you use Photoshop CC you don't need any script. You can activate the built-in function "Generator" (File > Generator). This function allow you to export layers and group when you save the document, simply rename your layers/group with the extension you need (like nav.png) and eventually the parameters. With this method photoshop will export for you the ...
Here's what I found. Single-click layer exporting http://viget.com/inspire/single-click-layer-exporting-in-photoshop
→ on creating a new document / use Adobe RGB (1998) color profile or convert to it → PNG export in Photoshop: be sure to disable on the save for web screen convert to sRGB Synchronize color settings across Adobe applications If you use Adobe Creative Suite, you can use Adobe Bridge to automatically synchronize color settings across applications. This ...
You could also use the WMF format. This format supports vectors and is devloped by Microsoft. Besides MS Office it's not very useful, but the only possibility in MS Office to use vector-shapes form other software like illustrator.
Welcome to the site. In answer to your question. Save images as PNG files. Insert them into Word as a Header and/or footer. Save the Word file as a template. See here for similar question.
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