Save As Image

Publishes the current page in your scrapbook as an image file. This option allows you to print, or send individual scrapbook pages.

Tip: You can publish all of your scrapbook pages to image files by choosing File > Publish To > Images... from the program menu.

Image

Output filename:

The full path and filename of the image you want the current scrapbook page published to. Click the Browse button to open a Save As dialog.

Preset

The maximum size of the image to output from your scrapbook.

Note: The values listed below as Standard, Web/Email, and Custom will only limit the maximum size of the image. If the image is smaller than the value, the image will not be made larger.

Full Size

Use the image's full size.

If the size of the generated image file is a concern because you will be uploading it to a website, or emailing it to friends, you may want to experiment with the size options.

Standard

Make the image no larger than 1024 pixels in width and height.

Web/Email

Make the image no larger than 650 pixels in width and height. This option is perfect for sharing in the Scrapbook MAX! online gallery, or emailing to family and friends.

Custom

Allows you to specify the size (Width and Height) at which you want to output your image.

Choosing Custom also allows you to choose between different image types in the Advanced box: JPG, PNG, or TIF. (The other presets - Full Size, Standard, and Web/Email- can only be output as a JPG image).

Advanced

Image type:

The type of image file to generate from your scrapbook. Choose from JPG, PNG and TIF.

Note: The JPEG quality setting can only be configured when the JPG image type is selected.

Make background transparent (save as embellishment)

If PNG image type is selected, this setting becomes visible allowing you to save the page with a transparent background. This option may be useful for creating custom embellishments containing multiple objects.

JPEG quality:

The quality of the image generated from your scrapbook. Choose from 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, and 100. The size of the image file will increase when you increase the image quality, so if size is an issue, choose a lower image quality setting.

Width:

Allows you to specify the width of your image (in pixels). (Note that the Preset "Custom" must be selected in order for you to input a custom width)

Note: Setting Width and Height to 0 will output the images at Full Size.

Height:

Allows you to specify the height of your image (in pixels). (Note that the Preset "Custom" must be selected in order for you to input a custom height)

Note: Setting Width and Height to 0 will output the images at Full Size.