Converting email templates to JPG or PNG file

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How do I convert my email template to JPG or PNG file?

Currently, Mail Designer 365 does not directly support exporting your email design as JPG or PNG files. However, if you still want to convert your email design as a JPG or PNG file, we’ve got your back!

First, export your Mail Designer 365 email template as a PDF file by choosing “File” > “Export as PDF…”

Now, open your PDF file.

Then, go to your menu bar at the top. Choose “File” > “Save As…”

When the popup appears, you can choose the format you want. You can decide if you want to convert the PDF into a JPG or PNG file.

 

 

You can also choose “Export…” from the Preview mode.

Under “Format,” you can choose whether you want to export as a JPEG or PNG.

 

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Exporting a Design to Campaign Monitor
Exporting a Design to Mailchimp
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HTML Export
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Optimizing your Template for Mobile
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Preview your Design
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Using Retina Images with your Design
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Print your document

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How to print

Mail Designer 365 makes it easy to print your design in case you want to hand it directly to your customers. Print a document by choosing ”File” > “Print…” from the top menu bar or using the keyboard shortcut ⌘ + P.

 

How Can We Help?

A Quick Tour of Mail Designer 365
Advanced Design Techniques
Appendix: Compatibility
Appendix: Keyboard Shortcuts
Approval
Background
Blend Modes
Creative Tools
Exporting a Design to Campaign Monitor
Exporting a Design to Mailchimp
Graphics and Other Objects
HTML Export
Image Areas
Images
Layout Blocks
Optimizing your Template for Mobile
Plain Text
Preparing your Design for Sending
Preview your Design
Send via Mail Designer 365
Sharing your Designs
Tables
Teamwork
Text Styles
The Inbox View
Using Retina Images with your Design
Working with Links and Buttons
Working with Text

Share via email

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With Mail Designer 365, you can share your design as an email.

This option will send an email with your template attached as Mail Designer 365 document.

‣ Open the template you want to export.

‣ Choose ”Share” > “Share design document via Email…” from the top menu bar.

Sharing a Mail Designer 365 design via email

 

 

How Can We Help?

A Quick Tour of Mail Designer 365
Advanced Design Techniques
Appendix: Compatibility
Appendix: Keyboard Shortcuts
Approval
Background
Blend Modes
Creative Tools
Exporting a Design to Campaign Monitor
Exporting a Design to Mailchimp
Graphics and Other Objects
HTML Export
Image Areas
Images
Layout Blocks
Optimizing your Template for Mobile
Plain Text
Preparing your Design for Sending
Preview your Design
Send via Mail Designer 365
Sharing your Designs
Tables
Teamwork
Text Styles
The Inbox View
Using Retina Images with your Design
Working with Links and Buttons
Working with Text

Export as Mail Designer 365 document

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Sharing your designs

Share your latest templates with your friends and colleagues.

Export your design

Mail Designer 365  offers several ways of exporting your design.

Export as Mail Designer 365 Document

This option will create a file that can be opened in Mail Designer 365 on another Mac. This gives you more flexibility, but also means you’ll need to have Mail Designer 365 installed on the Mac you send the file to.

‣ Open the template you want to export.
‣ Choose ”File” > “Export…“ from the top menu bar.

 

How Can We Help?

A Quick Tour of Mail Designer 365
Advanced Design Techniques
Appendix: Compatibility
Appendix: Keyboard Shortcuts
Approval
Background
Blend Modes
Creative Tools
Exporting a Design to Campaign Monitor
Exporting a Design to Mailchimp
Graphics and Other Objects
HTML Export
Image Areas
Images
Layout Blocks
Optimizing your Template for Mobile
Plain Text
Preparing your Design for Sending
Preview your Design
Send via Mail Designer 365
Sharing your Designs
Tables
Teamwork
Text Styles
The Inbox View
Using Retina Images with your Design
Working with Links and Buttons
Working with Text