Using the Export Area tool


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Using the Export Area tool

There're going to be times when you don't really need to export an entire document you're working with. Maybe you only want the client to focus on one specific element. Maybe it's some navigation buttons or a logo. In our case, with this file, it's going to be a group of icons we're going to use for the Explore California Web site. So rather than having to crop the entire document and save out what's left after the cropping, we're going to use a cool little tool called the Export Area tool in Fireworks, which really speeds up this process. If you go over to your Tools panel in the Select tools, you'll see our Crop tool and if we click and hold, you'll also see the Export Area tool, and that's the one we want to work with here, and it behaves a little bit like the Crop tool at first.

Once you've selected it, you move on your canvas and you click and drag, just like you would for creating a crop. Once you've got a crop drawn, you can adjus...

Using the Export Area tool
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Using the Export Area tool provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Jim Babbage as part of the Fireworks CS5 Essential Training

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Web
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Fireworks
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