After choosing Export, the Export Wizard will appear. Click Next to begin.
The Page Selection step will appear.
Select which project pages to export using the options in this step:
∑ The Select All button will mark all pages.
∑ The Clear All button will clear all pages.
∑ Alternately, type a range of pages in the Page range field. To indicate a range of pages (e.g. from page 2 through page 5), put a dash in between the page numbers (2-5). You may also enter specific page numbers, separated by commas (1,4,6) or a combination of ranges and individual pages (1-3,5).
∑ You may also directly check the box in the upper left corner of each project page preview to mark the page.
Click on Next to continue.
The Image Size step will appear.
Choose a size for your exported files. Larger sizes work better for printing, while smaller sizes use less disk space and are easier to transport or send as email attachments. Click Next after making your selection.
The Image Type step will appear.
Choose an image format for the exported pages. JPEG files will tend to have smaller file sizes. PNG files have the advantage of preserving transparency. Click Next to continue.
If you chose the JPEG option, the Image Quality step is next.
Drag the slider to choose a quality setting. The higher percentages create sharper, more accurate files, but the files will take up more disk space. Lower percentages will create smaller files, but the files may have a noticeable grainy or blurry character.
Click Next to continue.
PrintMaster will prompt you to choose a save location for the image files it creates.
Double-click on folders to open them. Click once on a folder and click the Next button to select it. PrintMaster will place all of the created images in a new folder (with the projectís name) inside the selected folder.
The Summary will show your selected settings. Click Finish to confirm your choices. PrintMaster will begin saving each page as an image to the folder you specified.
When the process has completed, browse to the folder containing the newly created images. The filenames will have the following format:
<Project Name>-<Page Number>.jpg (i.e. Family Reunion 2005-003.jpg)