Turning Word Docx Into A Jpg To Work With Precut Designs On A Frosting Sheet

Decorating By cakeymom Updated 5 Aug 2013 , 5:53pm by cakeymom

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cakeymom Posted 5 Aug 2013 , 5:39pm
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If you do not have a graphic design software it looks like there is a way to turn a docx document into a jpg I found a tutroial on youtube.


Has anyone done this to know if it works when using Icing Images iPrint for their frosting sheets with a precut design, such as a circle????


If not, what design software are you using and how user friendly is it?????




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jason_kraft Posted 5 Aug 2013 , 5:46pm
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AIf you need to convert a Word document into a jpeg file you can take a screenshot (press Alt + PrtSc on a Windows PC to capture the current window), paste it into any graphics program (e.g. Paint), crop it, and save as a jpeg.

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cakeymom Posted 5 Aug 2013 , 5:53pm
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This sounds easy.  Thanks.


I have never worked with any type of graphic design software and it is a little intimidating.  I have been looking for a class but can not find one.  My son, however, knows a student at the local university where I work that is a rising senior and when school starts back up in a couple of weeks I am hoping that he will have time to give me some quick lessons based on what I want to do and him showing how to do it.  Fingers crossed.


Thanks again for your quick response and I have downloaded Paint.net on my PC and I'll give it try when I get home to see if it works and then I'll order my frosting sheets.



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