Picture Reporter Help

Pictorial Report

A report is a final document that you can present to a client.

A pictorial report is a report which consists mostly of photos taken in the field, with explanations and conclusions. A pictorial report can display "before and after" information, or can be part of an investigative report detailing the scope of a job, or displaying the results of a finished job.

In order to generate a report with Picture Reporter, you create a project. The project is the collection of information needed to generate the report. The report itself is the finished document that you hand out to your client.




What is Picture Reporter?

What can I do with Picture Reporter?

What are the requirements to use Picture Reporter?

Can I run Picture Reporter on my computer?

Can I run Picture Reporter on my mobile device?


How do I create a new project?

How do I open an existing project?

How do I add pictures to a report?

How can I change the order of my pictures?

How can I delete a picture?

How can I type titles and descriptions on my pictures?

How can I change the layout and style of my report?

How can I add headers and footers to my report?

What is "project info"?

Can I create a cover page?

How can I change my cover picture?

What special pages can I include with my report?

How can I add a cover letter to my report?

How can I add an introduction or preliminary text to my report?

How can I add a conclusion or afterword to my report?

Sharing and Printing

How can I print my report?

Can I create a PDF file?

How can I share my report?

How can I password protect my report?

How can I email my report?

How can I embed my report on my website or blog?

How can I link to my report?


How can I set up my defaults for new projects?

How can I keep my settings for all my reports?

Limitations of trial version

What are the limitations of the trial version?


Pictorial Report



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Cover Letter

Cover Page

Preliminary Page