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BBOA Web Graphics and Animations not accessible with Br... - 6/24/2007 11:31:33 PM   
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The Web Graphics and Animations in the Big Box of Art are not accessed through the Hemera Image Express browser as the other images are, but are accessed directly from the CD (the last one in your collection, called Web Graphics and Animations).

Below, please find instructions on how to use those Web Graphics and Animations.

********** EXPORTING ANIMATIONS **********

For Windows:

Windows users can optimize any image for use on the Web by following these steps in Export Wizard.

You can view the image in your Web browser any time during the following process by clicking the View in Browser button that appears in the bottom left portion of the window.

Please note that Web graphics have already been pre-optimized.

1. To open Export Wizard, double-click on the thumbnail of your choice.

2. Select WEB AUTHORING tool or other software that allows me to build Web pages.

3. Resize the image using the Width, Height and Pixels boxes.

4. Specify the background color using the Background Color drop-down list, the HTML color box or by clicking on the Color
Palette button (click the eyedropper on the color within the image that you wish to use as background).

5. Select image format by clicking GIF or JPEG (the program will recommend the most suitable format for your image).

6. You can minimize file size and download time by using the File Size vs. Image Quality slider.

7. Choose whether or not you would like the image to be displayed progressively as it downloads on the Internet.

8. Save the image to your hard drive by following the onscreen instructions.

For Macintosh:

There are five different ways to export Web images to your applications.

Method One: Using Export Assistant

1. To open Export Assistant, double-click on the thumbnail of your choice.

2. Follow the instructions that appear onscreen.

Method Two: Dragging an image to the Finder

A drag-and-dropped image will be copied in the file and image formats predefined in the Drag & Drop default settings (found under Preferences in the Edit menu for Mac OS 9 users, and in The Big Box of Art menu for Mac OS X users).

Please note that this rule doesn’t apply to EPS files which can’t be converted.

1. To select a file format, click on the Edit menu (Mac OS 9) or The Big Box of Art menu (Mac OS X).

2. Choose Preferences and select the Drag & Drop tab.

3. Select the default options you need in the Preferences dialog box.

4. Click and hold on the thumbnail of your choice.

5. Drag the thumbnail to the Finder.

Further Options:

· Display the resize window when dropping the image (click on checkbox) allows a Resize window to appear when you drag and drop an image from the thumbnail window. This option lets you resize the graphic and adjust its quality (resolution) before inserting it into your document.

Please note that this option doesn’t apply to EPS files.

· Show translucent image while dragging (click on checkbox) allows a semi-transparent thumbnail of the image to appear as you drag. Please note that the translucent image does not represent the final image size. By default, this option is disabled to increase performance.

Method Three: Dragging an image to your application

1. Click and hold on the thumbnail of your choice.

2. Drag the thumbnail to your desktop or into your application.

Method Four: Copy/Pasting

1. Click on the thumbnail of your choice.

2. Choose Copy Image in the Edit menu.

3. From within the destination application, select the Edit menu.

4. Choose Paste.

Method Five: Saving to hard drive

1. Click on the thumbnail of your choice.

2. Choose Save As in the File menu.

3. Browse for the destination folder, select it and choose Save.

4. Open the saved image from within the destination folder.

********** EXPORTING WEB IMAGES **********

For Windows:

Windows users can optimize any image for use on the Web by following these steps in Export Wizard.

You can view the image in your Web browser any time during the following process by clicking the View in Browser button that appears in the bottom left portion of the window.

Please note that Web graphics have already been pre-optimized.

1. To open Export Wizard, double-click on the thumbnail of your choice.

2. Select WEB AUTHORING tool or other software that allows me to build Web pages.

3. Resize the image using the Width, Height and Pixels boxes.

4. Specify the background color using the Background Color drop-down list, the HTML color box or by clicking on the Color
Palette button (click the eyedropper on the color within the image that you wish to use as background).

5. Select image format by clicking GIF or JPEG (the program will recommend the most suitable format for your image).

6. You can minimize file size and download time by using the File Size vs. Image Quality slider.

7. Choose whether or not you would like the image to be displayed progressively as it downloads on the Internet.

8. Save the image to your hard drive by following the onscreen instructions.

For Macintosh:

There are five different ways to export Web images to your applications.

Method One: Using Export Assistant

1. To open Export Assistant, double-click on the thumbnail of your choice.

2. Follow the instructions that appear onscreen.

Method Two: Dragging an image to the Finder

A drag-and-dropped image will be copied in the file and image formats predefined in the Drag & Drop default settings (found under Preferences in the Edit menu for Mac OS 9 users, and in The Big Box of Art menu for Mac OS X users).

Please note that this rule doesn’t apply to EPS files which can’t be converted.

1. To select a file format, click on the Edit menu (Mac OS 9) or The Big Box of Art menu (Mac OS X).

2. Choose Preferences and select the Drag & Drop tab.

3. Select the default options you need in the Preferences dialog box.

4. Click and hold on the thumbnail of your choice.

5. Drag the thumbnail to the Finder.

Further Options:

· Display the resize window when dropping the image (click on checkbox) allows a Resize window to appear when you drag and drop an image from the thumbnail window. This option lets you resize the graphic and adjust its quality (resolution) before inserting it into your document.

Please note that this option doesn’t apply to EPS files.

· Show translucent image while dragging (click on checkbox) allows a semi-transparent thumbnail of the image to appear as you drag. Please note that the translucent image does not represent the final image size. By default, this option is disabled to increase performance.

Method Three: Dragging an image to your application

1. Click and hold on the thumbnail of your choice.

2. Drag the thumbnail to your desktop or into your application.

Method Four: Copy/Pasting

1. Click on the thumbnail of your choice.

2. Choose Copy Image in the Edit menu.

3. From within the destination application, select the Edit menu.

4. Choose Paste.

Method Five: Saving to hard drive

1. Click on the thumbnail of your choice.

2. Choose Save As in the File menu.

3. Browse for the destination folder, select it and choose Save.

4. Open the saved image from within the destination folder.

< Message edited by Brandy redux -- 6/27/2010 1:49:08 PM >


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