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How can I publish my process to a document with no addition info, just plain diagrams?

I'm just a beginner with Bizagi, but I cannot find the answer to my issue. I have two separate diagrams in one document (separate sheets) and I want to publish the document to pdf in a way that these two diagrams are shown on separate pdf pages, but no additional information is provided in the entire document (i.e. no cover page, no contents page, no element explanation etc.)? I just want a plain diagram pdf document.

Thanks in advance.

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Dear Ramunas,

According to your question, the best way to do what you need is to export as an image your diagram and then use it into a documento to export to PDF.

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For further information: http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?export_diagram_image.htm

Regards

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Dear Ramunas,

According to your question, the best way to do what you need is to export as an image your diagram and then use it into a documento to export to PDF.

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For further information: http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?export_diagram_image.htm

Regards

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Is that really the best answer? So it's not possible just to publish the process diagrams, without the contents, cover page etc into Word or PDF. The only thing you can effectively do is to effectively copy and paste? That's bizzare

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Dear Barry,

Currently our product does not include this feature. We invite you to use our feedback platform on the ideas space to post your request.

This platform will allow you to share your ideas so that the whole Bizagi BPM Modeler community can vote and discuss them. We want to make sure we solve the needs of our clients, so that we can add the features you consider most important.

Regards

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This is also my issue. The export into a picture results an insufficient quality not printable on a larger size.

It would be great to generate a picture with a higher quality or a pdf with only a diagram in higher quality.

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Dear Katharina,

At the moment you are exporting the image, you can select different format types of images, for example: SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), PNG, BMP or JEPG.

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The best quality is SVG. For further information: http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?export_diagram_image.htm

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This image illustrates the difference between bitmap and vector images. The bitmap image is composed of a fixed set of pixels, while the vector image is composed of a fixed set of shapes. In the picture, scaling the bitmap reveals the pixels while scaling the vector image preserves the shapes.

For further information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scalable_Vector_Graphics

Best Regards

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Thank you very much! The advise to export as a svg helped a lot.

Best regards Katharina