Marilynx Posted July 9, 2017 Share Posted July 9, 2017 (edited) I am saving some fairly large files to JPG to send to a Barn Hunt Judge for her courses for an upcoming set of trials. By "fairly large," I mean 2100 x 3000 pixels at 300 dpi. Having created the course on multiple layers, I then have layers which must be turned off and on -- Turn on Blind 01, save to JPG, close JPG, reopen the PDN file with the course, turn off Blind 01, Turn on Blind 02, save to JPG. And repeat about 16 times. For each of four courses. The problem is that opening and closing and etc. these files appears to eat memory, and after a couple of them, my computer (Toshiba Satellite, running WinPro 7 because I don't want Win 10 until I buy a new computer, and I haven't decided what I want in a new computer yet.) gets exceedingly unhappy and must be rebooted. This gets very tedious, rebooting every fourth or fifth Save As when you are doing anywhere from 64 to 128 of them. Now, a short form solution would be to use good ole Cute PDF and print the page to a PDF file. This would let her print them -- but not (with the software she has and her level of computer knowledge) edit them. Does a Print to JPG like the Cute PDF driver exist in general, or for Paint.Net? Edited July 9, 2017 by Marilynx typo Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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