“To "end users" the ability to export directly into PowerPoint is a substantial benefit ”
- Ralph Rossi
Manager, Flow Facility
Most times, when using FCS Express, and you want to export your analysis, you can choose to export it directly to PowerPoint, to a PDF file, or even to Excel. However, when preparing for a publication or poster, you will often need to transfer a high-resolution image of a single plot into a document. For example, if you are writing a report about your experiment in Microsoft™ Word, you may want to insert some diagrams showing your analysis.
FCS Express makes it easy to do this, by featuring beautiful, publication-quality graphics, using the Copy As Picture function.
First, you can choose what you want the export format to be: JPEG, Bitmap, Metafile, GIF, PNG, or TIF. You can also decide what quality you want the picture to be, by changing the resolution and the JPEG quality setting.
Choose from six popular image formats
Manually input the resolution to customize image size
Transferring to Microsoft Word
Let's say that we want to paste the plot below into a Word document.
Switch to your word processor or graphics application where you want to place the image, and Paste it in.
Below is the resulting Word document, after pasting in the plot.
Transferring to Microsoft Powerpoint
In addition to copying and pasting, as described above, you can drag plots directly from FCS Express into Powerpoint (and many other Windows software programs). Simply select the plot in FCS Express and drag it into Powerpoint. The image of the plot will appear in Powerpoint in the graphics format and resolution that you selected above.
Saving as Image Files
Multiple images can be selected and saved as a single image by right clicking and choosing save as picture.
|Select multiple images and save selection as picture
||Multiple images saved as .JPEG|
|Click on the plot on the right to
download a high-resolution picture of the plot, exported from FCS
Express as a PNG at a resolution of 400 x 400.