First of all check if your version of Word will support svg images - Word / Office 2016 or above.
Svg images are a ‘vector’ format so will not get blurry no matter how much you enlarge the image. Non-vector formats such as jpg and png will get blurry as you enlarge them.
If your version of Word does support svg, then use Export to Image to export the chart as an svg image. If your version of Word does NOT support svg, then use Export to Image to export the chart as a png image.
By default all of the charts and key are exported as a single image. If you would like a chart and the key to be separate images so that you can control the layout in Word, then first select either the chart or the key before using the Export to Image command.
The Export To Image command can be found under Diagram in the main menu.
The Export to Text command (also under Diagram) will export the written instructions as a text file so that you can copy and paste those into your Word document.
Chapter 9 (Exporting Chart Image and Written Instructions) of the User Manual has more information on Export to Image/Text. You will find the latest version of the User Manual at the top left of our support page: https://www.stitchmastery.com/support
Alternative sources of explanation:
Exporting charts and key - https://youtu.be/f2rYmhUTAk8
Exporting output text and stitch glossary - https://youtu.be/-TQxIPOSgyM
Please sign in to leave a comment.