In Corel PHOTO-PAINT, you can export and optimize images for the Web. Exporting images
Before you use an image on the Web, you must export it to a Web-compatible file format, such as the GIF or JPEG format. The GIF file format is best for line drawings, text, and images with sharp edges or few colors, while the JPEG file format is suitable for photos. For information about these file formats and alternatives, see "Choosing a Web-compatible file format" in the Help.
You can also optimize an image for the Web before you export it to adjust its display quality and file size. In Corel PHOTO-PAINT, you can preview an image with up to four different configurations of settings. You can compare file formats, preset settings, download speeds, compression, file size, image quality, and color range. You can also examine previews by zooming and panning within the preview windows.
Corel PHOTO-PAINT provides preset settings, but you can edit these presets, and add and delete custom presets. Once you specify the settings you want for all of the preview areas, you can save the settings for the entire optimization dialog box.
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