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How do I take an OSM map - copy it and place it in a Microsoft Publisher file

asked 22 May '14, 16:41

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edited 23 May '14, 17:09

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I assume that you can import bitmap graphics or vector graphics into MS publisher ...

Then go to the OSM wiki at http://wiki.osm.org and do a search there for "OSM on Paper", SVG or "Illustrator"

Produce any graphic file with a map rendered from raw OSM data, and import.

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answered 23 May '14, 17:08

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