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After you capture an image, you will likely want to make modifications before it is considered finished.
Ways to Modify a Captured Image
- Objects Read more… There are many different types of objects that you can add to images, such as bubble callouts, cursors, shapes, and lines.
See About Objects.
- Effects Read more… You can enhance images and objects by applying different kinds of special effects to them—such as shading, torn edge, and zoom effects.
See About Effects.
- Text Read more… If you want to explain parts of an image, you can incorporate text into them.
See About Text.
- Variables Read more… When you have text that you plan to reuse throughout your images, you can save time by creating and inserting variables.
See About Variables.
- Appearance of Images and Objects Read more… Modifying the look and feel of images and objects can be accomplished using a variety of methods.
See About Image Appearance.
- File Format Read more… Select the type of file format (e.g., BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF) to use when saving an image.
See Setting the File Format for an Image.
- Palettes Read more… A palette is a handy, time-saving tool for storing objects for later reuse.
See About Palettes.
- Single-source Images Read more… You can provide one group of settings (e.g., Print DPI, gray scale, color depth) for online output of the image and another group of settings for printed output.
See Creating Single-Source Images.
- Conditions Read more… Condition tags are a way to mark objects that have been added to images so that the objects are included in some outputs, but excluded in other outputs.Condition tags are a way to mark objects that have been added to images so that the objects are included in some outputs, but excluded in other outputs.
See About Conditions.
After you edit an image, you can save it.