Solaris Common Desktop Environment: User's Guide

To Save a PostScript Page as a Bitmap Image

  1. Choose Save Page As Image from the File menu.

    The Save Page As Image dialog box appears.

  2. Select the file you want to save.

    If you do not specify a file, Image Viewer saves the page currently displayed in the View window.

    You can filter the Files list by typing a file-name condition in the Filter field and clicking Update. For example, typing *.ps will list only the files ending in .ps in the Files list.

  3. Select the format in which you want to save the page from the File Format list.

    See Table 14-2 for a list of file formats in which Image Viewer can save an image.

  4. (Optional) Set a compression type through the Compression button menu.

  5. (Optional) Choose the number of colors for the image from the Colors button menu.

    The default is 256.

  6. Type the name under which you want to save the file in the Enter file name field.

  7. Click OK.