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This means that if I use autoconvert programs to output jpg or gif files in a specified final size, but there's way too much white space. Pixel-based auto-crop features don't work, because of the variable size of the live area and its variable position on the canvas.
If you convert to jpg format and do a "trim" function in a graphics editor, it works great - it gets rid of all the surrounding empty space and leaves only the image. This image can then be resized to a set width to meet the page design needs. The problem is, who wants to open all these images to trim them manually? It's only a few clicks, but that's a LOT of images.
Anyone know of a graphics converter that can do a trim on these files, either before or after converting from wmf format?
It seems like there ought to be some kind of utility or plug-in specifically designed for/by CAD users for that sort of processing.