Congratulations on getting accepted! If you export the worksheet/dashboard as Enhanced Metafile (.emf), that is a high resolution vector format. Alternatively, you can copy the worksheet, and in the destination paste it as an Enhanced Metafile, then save as a PDF or other format that supports high resolution images.
Excellent! Many thanks, that's perfect.
Note that starting in version 10.0 you can no longer cut and paste an enhanced metafile image. Now you have to take the more lengthy process of exporting it to a high resolution image which you then can import into the desired software. While the same end result, its a shame the more simple and quicker cut and paste method is no longer available. For those of us that do this extensively for analytical summaries, it cumulatively injects quick a bit of non-value added time to the process. I sure hope future revisions restore this functionality.
On a Mac, you can't export as an .emf file. You have to save as a .bmp file instead.
You can then convert it to the resolution to a high resolution png format either using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, or any program listed (https://fileinfo.com/extension/bmp ). You can also use some online tool like
For 300 dpi output:
Make a 2550x3300 dashboard, and put the view floating into the dashboard at 300 * the number of inches you need it to be. So if you need a 5"x4.5" image, put it in the dashboard at 1500px by 1350px. if you need a 4.25"x10" image, then set the layout size of the view to be 1275x3000 pixels. Then print the dashboard to pdf (also make sure to set your page margins to 0 in file->page setup). The pdf will appear as an 8.5 x 11 page, and any publication layout staff should be able to deal with that pretty easily (I work for a publishing company, and this is what I do every month for 7 print publications for their graphs)