Rotating the board after maneuvering the board manually--While in 3D view, you can turn the board and angle it in different ways by holding the right-click and moving your mouse around.
The designer will either place a link to a download location or instruct you to right-click your mouse and choose "save image as" to save the design to your computer.
This allows you to right-click the embedded .swf (held between the "webbot" tags) and change things like the size by modifying the "HTML Markup Properties."
If the right-click is disabled on the page, use your "print screen" button to save the page, and then copy it into an image program such as Microsoft Paint.
When using the right-click option, left-click your mouse on the image first to ensure that you have opened the largest available version of the image.
It may be tempting to simply click on the "images" section of a Google search and find a pretty graphic you can right-click, save, and use.
If you want to save your creations, right-click on the image and then save it as a file with a name you'll be able to remember.
Use Alt +A to select the party, then right-click and drag the mouse until you are happy with the location.
For Windows XP users, simply right-click on your desktop (not on any icons) and go down to Properties.