Use this dialog box to set formatting, compression, transformation, and resolution options for a Microsoft Office Visio file that you want to export as a .jpg file.
Baseline Creates the file linearly from the top row of the image to the bottom row.
Progressive Creates the file in a series of scans, which results in the image being displayed initially with poor resolution until the entire image loads. Each scan adds to the data already provided so that the total storage requirement is roughly the same as for a baseline JPEG image of the same quality as the final scan.
Controls the color depth of the exported file.
RGB color Uses RGB (red, green, blue) color for the exported image. RGB describes color by three values from 0 (none) to 255 (full). A value of 0,0,0 equals black and 255,255,255 is white. Similarly, 255,0,0 is red.
YCC color Uses YCC color, which is composed of a black-and-white signal and two color signals, for the exported image. YCC color can easily be converted to RGB or CMYK color.
Grayscale Uses a sequence of shades of gray, ranging from black through white, for the exported image.
CMYK color Uses CMYK (cyan-magenta-yellow-black) color for the exported image.
Sets the background color for the exported file. The default is white.
Sets the image quality from 0 to 100 percent, with quality increasing as the percentage increases.
Controls the rotation of the image in the exported file.
None Exports the shape or drawing without any rotation.
Rotate left Rotates the shape or drawing 90 degrees counterclockwise.
Rotate right Rotates the shape or drawing 90 degrees clockwise.
Reverses the shape or drawing horizontally (around the y-axis) to produce a mirror image.
Reverses the shape or drawing vertically (around the x-axis) to produce an upside-down image.
Bases the exported file's resolution on current screen resolution.
Bases the resolution on current printer resolution and gives optimum printout results.
Specifies that the source program determine the resolution.
Specifies a custom resolution. (Width x height dimensions should be between 32 and 400 pixels per inch.)
Bases the exported file's size on the screen size and places the largest possible image within the dimensions of the screen while maintaining the aspect ratio of the original drawing or shape.
Bases the exported file's size on the currently selected printer paper size, and places the largest possible image within the dimensions of the paper size while maintaining the aspect ratio of the original drawing or shape.
Bases the exported file's size on the size of the source file.
Bases the exported file's size on the custom size (width x height) you enter and places the largest possible image within the custom dimensions while maintaining the aspect ratio of the original drawing or shape.