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    Noob question, but I didn't see it in the manual, faq, or forum....

    I am mostly doing individual dungeon rooms that are around 50x50 and I want to print/save only the parts that I need. However, when I go to save it, I get the gold border around the whole room, too.

    How do I either:
    a) turn off that border (I don't care for it) and/or
    b) save as jpg/png only certain sections of the map.

    I know this has to be easy and I am just missing something obvious.

    Thanks!!
    • CommentAuthorJoeyD473
    • CommentTimeFeb 26th 2009
     
    Don't know if this is the best way but hide the Border Sheet then print it using the all visible sheets option or hide the border sheet and do a rectangular save as (whatever format you like, jpg, png, bmp etc.) then print that file with your favorite image viewer print option
  2.  
    Thanks! You definitely pointed me in the right direction!
    • CommentAuthorJoeyD473
    • CommentTimeMar 1st 2009
     
    Wow I was actually helpful for once, cool
  3.  
    Why yes you were! Specifically, what I wanted to do was right in the print dialog box.

    Most of my problems with CC3 (I am a noob at it) seem to go like this:

    1) try to figure out the problem.
    2) watch any of the cool tutorial videos to see if it was covered
    3) try the help file
    4) look in the manual
    5) check the forums
    6) get stumped, ask forum
    7) get answer that is blindingly obvious but somehow eluded me.

    So yeah, you helped me a great deal. Without the very cool people of this forum, I would be stuck! Thanks!!
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      CommentAuthorMonsen
    • CommentTimeMar 1st 2009 edited
     
    One helpful tip here. If you haven't already done so, work through the manual from beginning to end. Don't just read it, but work through every step in CC3. It really helps to build familiarity with the program and the basic functionality.