When you capture an image, you do so using a profile, which is a collection of settings that are applied to the image in advance. Among other things, a profile lets you select a location for a captured image file, apply a specific kind of border to it, set the DPI (dots per inch), and even resize it automatically.
You can use the default profile provided for you ("MyProfile"), but you can also create additional profiles as necessary.
Do one of the following, depending on the part of the user interface you are using:
Ribbon Select the View ribbon. In the Tools section click the Profiles button .
More about ribbon options… Keep in mind that the smaller the application window becomes, the more the options in a ribbon shrink. Therefore, you might only see a small icon instead of text, or you might see only a section name displayed with a down arrow to access the options in it. You can hover over small icons to see tooltips that describe them. You can also enlarge the application window or click one of the section drop-downs in the ribbon to locate a hidden feature.
- Tool Strip Select View>Profiles.
- Standard Toolbar Click .
The Profiles Editor opens.
- In the local toolbar, click .
- In the Save As dialog, navigate to the folder where you want to save the profile.
- In the File name field, enter a name for the profile.
- Click Save. The new profile opens in the Profile Editor.