Provides access to members that control the Export.
|Cleanup||Cleanup should clean all temporary files, free used memory, etc...|
|ExportFileName||The Export File Name.|
|Filter||Filter String used in the CFileDialog class.|
|FinishExporting||Shuts down the Exporter.|
|Name||The Name of the Exporter.|
|PixelBounds||The Export Bounds in Pixels (The Pixel Bounds of the Export surface).|
|Priority||Exporter's priority - the order of appearance in the user interface.|
|Resolution||The Export Resolution.|
|StartExporting||Initializes the Exporter.|
|StepProgressor||Export will update a Progress Bar if StepProgressor is not NULL.|
|TrackCancel||Export will react on Cancel if TrackCancel is not NULL.|
CoClasses that implement IExport
|CoClasses and Classes||Description|
|ExportAI||Class used to export maps to AI (Adobe Illustrator) format.|
|ExportBMP||Class used to export maps to BMP (Windows Bitmap) format.|
|ExportEMF||Class used to export maps to EMF (Windows Enhanced Metafile) format.|
|ExportGIF||Class used to export maps to GIF (Graphics Interchange Format).|
|ExportJPEG||Class used to export maps to JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) format.|
|ExportPDF||Class used to export maps to PDF (Portable Document Format) format.|
|ExportPNG||Class used to export maps to PNG (Portable Network Graphics) format.|
|ExportPS||Class used to export maps to PS (PostScript) and EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) format.|
|ExportSVG||Class used to export maps to SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format.|
|ExportTIFF||Class used to export maps to TIFF (Tagged Image File Format).|
This interface contains the essential properties and methods for controlling an export object.
At ArcGIS 9, this interface is the replacement for the IExporter and IArcPressExporter interfaces.
IExport should be used in conjuction with one of the ten export CoClasses: ExportAI, ExportBMP, ExportEMF, ExportGIF, ExportJPEG, ExportPDF, ExportPNG, ExportPS, ExportSVG, and ExportTIFF.
The Export Active View sample demonstrates the basic use of this interface.
Exporting a map to a graphics export file involves a few basic steps:
- Create an export object.
- Define the resolution of your source display and of the destination file.
- Prepare a number of extent rectangles (Envelopes and a RECT structure) to define the target area on the print device and the map extent to be printed.
- Generate draw instructions and direct them to the export object. The export object will sense the incoming draw instructions and begin the process of bulding the graphic export file in the desired format.