Uploading assets to Templafy libaries is very simple.
But remember to pay attention to the following details to make sure that the assets you upload are best optimized for the intended use.
Images in Templafy are for in-Office use. Make sure size and resolution are adjusted to reflect this.
Supported file types
Recommended file settings
- File type: .jpg
- Color type: RGB
- Resolution: 150 dpi
- File size: no more than 200 kb.
In addition, if an image is to be used as a background picture in a presentation, it is best to save it with dimensions that matches the format of the presentation (e.g. 16:9 or 4:3).
For further details, please see Uploading Images to the Image Library
Slides are uploaded as a presentation. Each slide in the presentation is available as individual slides to the end-user
All slides added to the slide library must be based on the slide lay-outs that are available in the presentations in which they are intended to be inserted in.
Slides are inserted from Templafy using "destination formatting". It works the same way as if you just copy one slide from one presentation and inserts this in another.
For further details, please see Uploading slides to the slide library
A text is uploaded as standard Word file (.doc). All text in the document is inserted by the end-user. A "text element" can include, text, graphs, images.
For further details, please see Uploading texts elements to the text library
TIP: you need to pay close attention to how you format your texts.
- Basic advice is to avoid direct formatting in the text elements you upload.
- Use Styles
Basic rule when inserting texts in Word is that destination formatting applies.
E.g.: If you have used "Normal style" in a text element and Normal is Verdana, Font size 12 is inserted in a report where "Normal style" is defined as Arial, font size 10, then the text element will get the formatting from the document it is inserted into.
It is exactly same behaviour as if you simply copy the text from one Word document to another on your desktop.
Texts for Word can be used in Outlook as well, however, Outlook default text formatting is handled differently than in Word.
For further details, please see Uploading texts for Outlook
Elements are uploaded as a presentation. All shapes on a slide is an element. All elements present on a slide will be inserted.
Just upload the PDF (note: this is only available from the web app)
For further details, please see Uploading content to the PDFs Library