In order to obtain the best possible results when exporting Diamond structure
pictures to a file, please follow these instructions:
You may now import the graphics file you have created into some other program
(e.g. Microsoft Word or PowerPoint).
Display the structure picture if it is currenty not visible (e.g. by selecting
the corresponding structure picture from the "View/Structure Picture" submenu).
Make sure that the "Automatic Adjustment" option is active (e.g. in the
corresponding dialog which can be opened by selecting the "Adjust..." command
from the "Picture" menu).
Select the "Layout..." command from the "Picture" menu in order to open the
On the "Target" page of the "Layout" dialog, select "Bitmap" as the picture's
Enter the desired "Resolution in dots per inch" (e.g. 600 dpi).
Enter the size of the picture (width/height), either in "Unit" pixels, cm, or
Close the "Layout" dialog by pressing "OK".
In the "File" menu, open the "Save As" submenu, then select "Save Graphics
In the "Save Graphics As" dialog, please select the desired filetype. For
high-quality pictures, we recommend "Windows Bitmap (*.bmp)" (which is also the
Enter the filename and directory in which you would like to save the picture,
then press "Save". The graphics file will be written to the hard disk.
Finally, you may want to return to the default "Window" layout: Open the
"Layout..." dialog from the "Picture" menu, select "Window" on the "Target"
page, and press "OK".
Note: The size of the exported file strongly depends on the resolution
and the size values you apply: If you export a large picture to a file using
high resolution (e.g. 600 or even 1.200 dpi), the size of the exported file may
become rather large.