Which text to image conversion online tool can also highlight the text?
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Which text to image conversion online tool can also highlight the text? I have used online tools but in addition to font and background colour I could not not find option of highlighting the text with another colour

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  • kumar raja

    Use dopdf software and it will work without internet otherwise I think in Photoshop u can do easily

  • ha14

    perhaps you can use highlighting feature in notepad++ then take a screenshot.

  • Tashfi Neutron

    Don’t know any online tool for this but if I had to then I’d used photoshop or move to MS word, Use Background & colors then Convert the MS Word file to Image Or PDF

  • Vasudevan M

    If it is a word document.The easiest thing to do is to highlight the text using the highlighter tool then print the document using a virtual image printer driver
    (for example this : http://www.bullzip.com/products/pdf/info.php
    or this : http://sourceforge.net/projects/imageprinter/)

    If its a HTML page , maybe this article might help you : http://www.labnol.org/software/annotate-and-highlight-web-pages/14001/

    If you are familiar with PS or Gimp then there are hundreds of ways you can highlight text which is a part of the image. Easiest way is to create a new layer and set its opacity to something lower (70% or lower – your preference) then use the brush to highlight the text with you choice of color.In the end save it as an new image.

    • Lisa Santika Onggrid

      Or even easier, highlight the texts then capture it with screen capture tool. The built in screen capture in OneNote will do if you have it installed, but free version of FSCapture will be great. If it’s webpage you can also use scrapbook then use screen capture again. This works for me all the time.

    • Vasudevan M

      Seconded, any built-in or third-party screen capture tool should be good enough for this job. I personally use Greenshot. I believe it has a highlighter tool built-in as well. ( http://getgreenshot.org/ )

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  • Adrian Rea

    Are you looking for a script that will do this automatically or is it just to produce images to protect the text? you can just printScreen and crop in an image editor if it is low key stuff, but if you want a code to convert, you would be better with an html to image converter like http://code.google.com/p/java-html2image/

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