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New Post 9/17/2015 10:11 PM
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User is offline Sid
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How to take wire in Word document 

Hello,

I am Sid and I am working as Project Manager and I want to know, I have made wire frame in the Wireframe software and then I want to take that wire frame in my word document, so what should I do for the same.

And, another thing is how to make website development specification of the work document with formating, please let me know. Like would it be possible you can provide me video in the youtube.

 Please let me know.

Thanks & Regards,

 
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New Post 9/26/2015 5:15 PM
User is offline NitWitNick
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Re: How to take wire in Word document 

Can't you export that image you made in the WireFrame software to some gif, png file .... then import it into word ?

 In Word, can't you right click on the image, select Copy and then paste it into your Wireframe software ?

 
New Post 12/7/2015 1:00 PM
User is offline Jerry T
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Re: How to take wire in Word document 

Hard to help without knowing what application was used to generate the wireframe. If application does not support exporting to a usable format as suggested by another poster as many do, utilize a screen capture application such as SnagIt. If this is not possible utilize snip-it which comes with Windows. I've then used a number of methods to trim the image to the appropriate size (MS-Paint) and then another such as MS Powerpoint to annotate the image with labels you can then use in the document to provide narrative details. To facilitate maintenance I always insert the powerpoint file into the document itself as an imbedded object (e.g. as an appendix) so you can easily update should the screen design change as you move forward.

 
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