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Exporting Photos from PhotoWorks

When you’re happy with your selections, you can Export your photos in a variety of business formats.

Export Formatting Options

PhotoWorks supports exporting your photos into the following formats:

  • PowerPoint: An editable slide deck in Microsoft PowerPoint (.pptx) format
  • PDF: A non-editable 8.5 x 11 inch document in .pdf file format
  • JPEG: A (zipped) folder containing the raw image files (JPEG); photo details not included

Exporting Your Selection

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  1. Select the photos you wish to export
  2. Click Export
  3. Choose your format
    • PowerPoint | PDF | JPEG
  4. Select your desired image quality
    • Maximum | High | Medium | Low 
  5. Make any additional configuration decisions (options depend on the Export format you've selected).
  6. Click Export
NOTE: Exports can include up to 1000 photos.

Image Quality

Below is a quick overview of the amount of compression that is applied to photos at each image quality setting 

 

Image Quality Description Resulting Indiv. Image File Size
Maximum Original images (no compression) resulting in the largest file sizes ~500 KB
High  Minimal compression applied ~300 KB
Medium Average compression applied ~150 KB
Low Generous compression applied, resulting in smallest (and most shareable) file sizes ~100 KB 

 

Additional Configuration Options

If you select a PowerPoint or PDF Export, there are a few additional configuration options for you to consider:

  PowerPoint Options PDF Options
Layout: The number of photos you’d like to include on each page/slide 1, 2, 3 1, 4, 6, 9
Title Page: Update the Title and Subtitle that will be included on the Title Page of your PowerPoint export. ☑️ ☑️
Photo Details: Include additional labels & data beneath each photo. You can choose to include any of the data you've configured to display in the Photo Details View  ☑️ ☑️

 

NOTE: The ordering of photos included in PowerPoint exports mirrors the current sort order you've selected in the Photo Library.

Preview Your Export

For a sneak peak at how your PowerPoint of PDF export will look based on the options you've selected, you can preview the file in the Preview pane to the right. Changes you make to the file's configuration options appear in real-time on the right.

NOTE: The Preview Panel is not available in Mobile View.

Export Your File

Export_Button.gifWhen you are satisfied with your settings, click Export in the top right corner of the page. Depending on the total number of images and the image quality you chose, it may take several minutes for your export to complete.

Access your Exports

 You can view and download all exports you've created within the last 60 days on the Exports page in the dropdown menu.

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