…Printing out of OmniGraffle is very straight forward.…But another choice is exporting different types of image…files, and that's very useful because often you've created…a diagram in OmniGraffle but, it's really an element…of something larger, like a document or a presentation.…So let's see our options for exporting.…I've got to complete a diagram and I just go under,…File > Export, and this is where I find the relevant choices.…The top portion is going to be standard, that's just what I…call the export, how I tag it, and where I save it.…
This is interesting though because these are the formats available to us.…And some of these will probably be familiar to you, maybe not all of them.…I'm not going to define each one, but I do want you to notice that…we have choices that are bitmaps, those are…images made of pixels, as well as vectors.…And that's interesting because it means that things like your lines and…objects will be preserved, and can be edited further in some programs.…That'll be a program like Adobe Illustrator…
- Create your first diagram
- Getting around the interface
- Working with shapes
- Adding and modifying text
- Create custom stencils
- Replicating shapes and styles
- Customizing the toolbar
- Using templates
- Adjusting units and scale
- Import images and folder structures from Finder
- Using Presentation mode
Skill Level Beginner
1. Navigating the Interface
2. Working with Basic Diagram Elements
3. Taking Control
4. Using Stencils
5. Time-Saving Shortcuts
6. Advanced Techniques
7. Importing and Exporting
8. OmniGraffle 6 Pro Highlights
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