OfficePrinter Tutorial on Using Your Own Graphics in Projects
If you want to use your own graphics in your projects in OfficePrinter, you can. In this tutorial, I will show you how to use your own graphics and how to edit them once you have inserted them. You can get started by loading the project you are currently working on or open a blank project to work on.
To open your graphics, you will need to use the Import tool. This tool can be found under the Picture menu. When you click the Picture menu and it expands, you will need to click the Import option. Clicking that option will open a box of folders that are stored on your computer.
You will need to browse through the folders and locate the graphic you wish to open. Once you find the graphic, you can click it to select it. Then you can click the Open button at the bottom of the box and the graphic will be inserted into your project. If you need to insert more graphics, you can repeat this step and insert more.
Once your graphic is in your project, you can edit it. If you need to reposition the graphic, you can click the center of the graphic and drag it to where you want it. If you need to resize the graphic, all you have to do is click the graphic and a box will appear around it. Then you can click one of the corner boxes and drag it to the center or away from the center.
You can also place a border around your graphics if you want. To do this, you will need to click the graphic to select it. Then you will need to click box in the left panel that says “None”. When the box drops down, you can select the size border you want to apply. By default the border will be black, but you can change that. Click the Line Color box in the top part of the left panel. Then click the color box you want for the line. It will then be applied to your border.