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I have done similar graphical work by importing into PowerPoint, then exporting
that slide as a jpeg.

Steven A.
Los Angeles

Jeff Smith wrote:

> Any advice on a good way to save an AutoCAD(R14) drawing as an .JPEG or .PNG
> file with an alpha channel. I need the alpha channel to overlay in a video.
> I could do a print screen and then open and paste the screen capture into a
> paint program, and then save as JPEG. I read the Export command to a bmp or
> wmf and then save it as a jpg with a paint program does not work too well.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Jeff
>
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