|Posted By:||Neil Boyer|
|Subject:||Re: How to put Easy Charts on the Web|
|Post Date:||June 09, 2007 at 06:33:40|
|Forum:||Generations Software Forum|
Thanks for this tip, Trevor. I have downloaded the free pdf995 program, but I think I am doing something wrong. Perhaps you can help.
From an Easy Chart, I went to Print, and printed the chart as a pdf995 file. This created a box labeled Import PDF, and when I clicked OK, it opened up my Photoshop program to display the page. I didn't change anything. I clicked on Save As a Photoshop PDF program, which seemed to be the only thing it would permit me to do. This created a file that had the(name).pdf.psd. I placed that in my web file, and created a link on my web page, but when I clicked on the link, it asked me to open up Photoshop to see it. Since I think few readers will have Photoshop, that was not a good result.
I tried again and was asked to override Photoshop and print the chart solely as a pdf. That seemed to work, but the pdf file was Very Large and had to be reduced in order to be read. This is not what I was expecting, but I think it can work. Does it sound as though I am doing the right thing?