Note that FlowframTk can't load the files that it can export, so I strongly recommend that you first save the picture as a JDR or AJR file before exporting it, in case you wish to edit it later.
The File->Export menu allows you to export your image. There are essentially four types of export:
- Export to PNG.
This just creates a PNG file with the image as shown on the canvas (without the grid or annotations) clipped to the image's bounding box. This export ignores all LaTeX settings.
- Export to LaTeX Package or Class.
This creates a .cls or .sty file that uses the flowfram package to create the page layout defined by the image through the functions in the TeX/LaTeX->Flow Frames menu.
- Export to a pgfpicture environment.
This creates a .tex file with the pgf code required to draw the image so that it can be included in a LaTeX document through the \input command.
- Export to a Single-Paged Document.
This includes the export to LaTeX document or encapsulated LaTeX document as well the export to PDF, PostScript or SVG functions. These functions all create a .tex file that contains a complete LaTeX document, including document class and document environment.