kjoanne403 at HOTMAIL.COM
Thu Jul 5 01:44:16 UTC 2007
> > There is also a third method, which is to create PDFs of each page of > your document with the PDF feature in SignText ...to do that:> > 1. Click on SignMail Button.> > 2. When it opens the SignMail program, you will see other red icons > to the left and click on the icon "Print to PDF". It will print your > document to PDF. THANK YOU, Val!!! I didn't think the PDF option was still available in SP 1.5. That's exactly what I was looking for! > You can also export all the columns as PNGS with the > Columns Icon on the left as well...> > Val ;-)Okay, I tried the Columns icon and I got a zip file with 3 .pngs in it (corresponding to the three columns in the SignText document). So I went into DocumentMaker,under the File menu I selected "Import - File" and selected the zip folder. I got a dialog box, but I don't have any idea what it meant; I just told it to go ahead and download.I ended up with 19 blank documents! What do I do with the PNGs to get them into DocumentMaker? I'd really like to be able to use the program!!!Thanks again for the answers!KJ
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