Hi Andy, If you're going to print, .jpg is one of the poorer graphics formats if you're going to print... So you may want to try a different format or two just from that aspect.
Depending on your version of Frame (you don't specify), FM can import a .pdf directly; a .pdf it is a graphic file based on a PostScript description. To get there from PSP, assuming you have some version of Acrobat Distiller on your system, you have a printer instance names something like "Adobe PDF" So from within PSP, you'd select File > Print and specify the name of the Adobe printer instance. Then in FM, just do a File > Import (by reference) at the point you want it inserted. If your version can't import .PDF, I'd try .PNG or a similar format (depending on what the graphic is, of course). Cheers, Art On 5/22/06, Andy Kelsall <andy.kelsall at gmail.com> wrote: > Hello Art, > > I'm working with .JPG files. I'm not sure I follow you on > printing to a PDF file. If > I print the graphic to a .PDF, how do I import that image into FM if it's a > PDF file? Don't I > need a graphic file (such as JPG or PNG) to import into FM? Can you provide > some details? > > Thanks, > > Andy > > > On 5/22/06, Art Campbell <art.campbell at gmail.com> wrote: > > What graphic formats are you using? > > And have you tried printing from PSP to a .PDF file and importing that? > > Art > > > > > > > > On 5/22/06, Andy Kelsall <andy.kelsall at gmail.com > wrote: > > > Hello everyone, > > > > > > I'm editing graphics in PSP and importing them into a table in > FM. > > > The problem is that all of the > > > graphics have a green hue or "glow" to them--like they're radioactive > :). > > > These same graphics look fine inside > > > PSP and when viewed as thumbnails in Windows Explorer. > > <snip> > > > > -- -- Art Campbell art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson No disclaimers apply. DoD 358