Use the File menu's Save as Package command to open the Package Document dialog.
The dialog's Summary section reports the numbers of fonts and images used in your document and alerts you to potential problems.
The total number of images may be larger than the sum of linked, missing and modified images because it also includes any that are embedded within the document.
Excluding items from a package
You can choose to exclude all fonts and/or all images when creating a package.
To exclude individual items, delete them from the destination folder after the package has been created.
Diagnosing problematic statuses
The dialog provides separate counts of items that are missing, modified or restricted. Investigate these before you proceed with packaging.
Missing—select Fonts or Images on the dialog's left side to precisely identify missing items. To focus your investigation, click the Status column heading to group items by status.
Restricted—a font is considered restricted if any of the Restricted Licence Embedding, Preview and Print Embedding, or Bitmap Embedding Only attributes are set within it. Distribution of the font may require you to obtain a more permissive licence or the recipient to have their own licence for the font.
Modified—an image has changed outside of Affinity Designer and has not been updated within the document. Use the Resource Manager to update the document with the latest image data.
If packaging fails
Affinity Designer may inform you that it has failed to save the package, and that the package may be incomplete. One reason for this message is to remind you that some fonts or images are missing.
If you did not expect any fonts or images to be missing, try packaging the document again.
Always check that a package contains everything that is expected.
To package a document:
With the document open in Affinity Designer, select File>Save as Package.
Set Include fonts and Include images as needed.
Browse to the empty folder in which you want to create the package.