If you would like to be able to edit the design within another program, then you could use the Export Feature.
When you combine the Import feature with the Export, then you are able to use your designs throughout multiple software’s.
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Alright guys, In today's video, we're gonna be looking at exporting files within True cut already works. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mhm Mm. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos and we also have daily updates but otherwise back in the programme here. Now just a quick reminder. This is a very serious on import and export where we're covering that two methods of going important files into your programme and also exporting. Father I will also leave relevant links and description so you guys can follow along now in today's video. Like I mentioned, I was going to be looking at exporting files. Now this is obviously the opposite to the previous video we did which is getting files inside the programme. This will be exporting files out in a format that we can read it by perhaps another programme that is a big difference between save and open Saving. Open is normally relevant to the current programme, so true that already works where import export allows you to cross platform across, uh across different programmes so that let's say you design your files in something like Adobe Illustrator, you can import it into this programme and if you have to for some reason, you can also exported from here and send it to client or so forth. So now we're exporting these three ways we can go about it first ways Here on our system bar, which is icons next to the new open and safe. It is the little arrow pointing upwards towards the image, meaning exports. So it's going out. That's the one way or another way we can go to our main menu on top, go to file to the first drop down menu. Then, uh, we navigate to export is number two and then next to that is a shortcut control E for exporting. That's also quite handy. A lot of times those shortcuts are quite universal throughout programmes, so worthwhile learning them control I for import and control e for export. But I'm just going to use the standard. Yeah, I mean the system ball for exporting, So what we can do is we keep export. What happens is it's a real simple pop up box. We get here like before. We've got the option now for saving before this is where we found nothing. So you can use this little button can navigate to where you want maybe pictures or something like that. And then, um, create folders even if you want to next to that for the up button. And then you can also view large icons and so forth. And under that you will name your file. So whatever it will be outgoing one test for now and then underneath that we've got save as type. So this you click on that little arrow. We've got two different formats that AI and PLT so you can choose which type of format you want to export it house when you're finally ready because somebody's get safe. And then I'll tell you, the export file successful being should be this. And now, if you go back to import, we'll see there's a test file with how graphics on it. So that is quite convenient. And yeah, that is it on, I think, this miniseries on importing, exporting as well. Otherwise, we head here to softwaretraining.co.za. We'll find that we've got a variety of different Softwares will recover. And also you can isolate your search on the top of the right. If you do not, however, find the videos you're looking forward to go here, request a training video and then fill in the many form and we will make that video for you. But otherwise thanks guys for watching and cheers.