This Guide collates the different areas in Tourwriter where you can append images. Publishing Content of the Supplier You can attach images to your Tourwriter database by linking images in your TourWriterData folder to the Publishing Content area of Tourwriter. Images in the Publishing Content area of Tourwriter are available to use in reports and […]
For more information about how to load Publishing Content, check out this post, and this one.
Free Trail Database Standard Itinerary Templates – just click on the template you would like to download.
Learn how to load Publishing Content for Suppliers and Services.
Publishing Quick Notes can either be added to an Itinerary or to a Supplier. If your note is something that is unlikely to be used by another client/ customer you should add it to the Itinerary concerned. If however the note is likely to be used for other clients / customers you should add it to the Supplier concerned.
JPEGs come in two types: Baseline and Progressive. When saving JPEG files to the TourwriterData folder, please ensure these are saved in the JPEG Baseline format. Tourwriter requires images to be in Baseline format in order to export to MS Word.
Baseline (‘Standard”) is the format option needed for Tourwriter images.
There are two methods for saving image files in jpeg format. They are Baseline JPEG and Progressive JPEG. Both formats will have the same size and data. The extension also remains the same. The only difference is how it displays.
How to resize pictures for your publishing content. We recommend using Irfanview, which will allow you to make bulk changes to multiple photos at once.