# Import and export formats

This page lists the available import and export formats depending on the block being considered. For further explanation, refer to the import/export section of the guide.

## Available exports

• Text block: JIIX, raw text, docx1 2, HTML1, PNG2, JPEG2
• Math block: JIIX, LaTeX, MathML3, docx1 2, HTML1, PNG2, JPEG2
• Diagram block: JIIX, SVG, GraphML4, pptx5, docx1 2, Microsoft Office clipboard format6, HTML1, PNG2, JPEG2
• Drawing block: JIIX, PNG2, JPEG2
• Text Document: JIIX, raw text, docx, HTML, PNG2, JPEG2
• Raw Content: JIIX, PNG2, JPEG2

## Available imports

1. Direct export for the Web platform only. Native platforms are required to paste the part in an intermediate “Text Document” part to get this result.  2 3 4 5 6

2. For native platforms, requires an ImageDrawer to be provided to the export method.  2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

3. A configuration property export.mathml.flavor allows you to choose between “standard” and Microsoft Office MathML.

4. A configuration property export.graphml.flavor allows you to choose between “standard” and yEd options.

5. Diagram content will be exported in its converted form.

6. Saved as a file at a location you define. It is up to you to place it into the clipboard using the Art::GVML ClipFormat key. Note also that Microsoft Office does not support pasting content from the system clipboard on all platforms.

7. For the time being, JIIX import of text content can only be used to select recognized text word candidates, as explained here 2

8. For “Diagram” parts, a configuration property diagram.import.jiix.action allows you to choose whether you want to import ink data or to change the recognition candidates.

9. Raw text is imported into a “Text Document” with the addBlock method, as explained here

10. For “Raw Content” parts, a configuration property raw-content.import.jiix.action allows you to choose whether you want to import ink data or to change the recognition candidates.