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Trying to create a gif


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Ok, I want to use Pages because of the control I have over my object, shadows that I can create, color fading etc. How can I save an object i create in Pages as a .gif? I tried creating one in Photoshop, but that didn't look anywhere near the way I wanted it. Any advice?

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Export to PDF and open them up in PhotoShop, then save as GIF from there

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Try importing into iPhoto and exporting from there as iPhoto has a number of format choices. Or using media browser in Pages may allow direct import once you have made required changes to image in iPhoto
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If you are using Leopard you can load secrets and choose format for saving screenshots and gif is one that is available.
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