This video will show you how to save a two-page layout as one JPEG for sharing via email or social media.


Saving a Double Page For Sharing [4:47 mins]

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10 Responses to Saving a Double Page Spread for Sharing

  1. Sandy Norman says:

    Wonderful reminders. This makes it sooo much easier!!

  2. mitchellsalt@gmail.com says:

    Is there a way to upload them as double-page spreads straight to Forever (instead of 2 separate files) without saving them to computer and then uploading them?

  3. Patricia Lewis says:

    Wow Thankyou. That was easier than I thought.

  4. Kaye Rhodes says:

    Thank you!!

  5. Karen Weaver says:

    Where is the Options now for viewing? I don’t see it in my A5.

    • Tameka says:

      This video was recorded in Artisan 5. Option are on the View Ribbon and become active once you choose a spread.If you don’t see these options, then you might have a page instead of a project open.

  6. CorinnePitt says:

    Thank you for showing how to remove the lines between the pages! I did not know we could do that! Love these short videos!

  7. Peggy Van Petten says:

    I always wondered how this was done. Thanks for sharing this tip!

  8. Donna Pullan says:

    There are several tricks in this video I didn’t know about when trying to save 2 page spreads! Thank you…very helpful info. ☺

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