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I have a text image in cursive writing. the image size is 72 DPI. I need a way through which i can run this text image & get good 90% to 100% accuracy over transformed text. The problem is whenever i run this text image, i receive an Error stating - ''Please increase the resolution by 300 DPI''. If i zoom into the image the text become blurry. Please advise, its very urgent

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  • David Shaub May 11, 2010

    It'd done differently in each version of each program. Check the help files.

  • malek sohel habibmiya Aug 12, 2012

    which software you are using to convert cursive writing?

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Hello strivastav_p,
It sounds like you are attempting to increase the size of the image. You can do this, but you will always lose resolution. 72 DPI is 72 DPI. It cannot be increased to 300 DPI. Think of it like this:
You have 72 pieces of candy that fit in a small box made to hold 72 pieces of candy, and it looks like you have lots of candy.
Now, you get a big box that can hold 300 pieces of candy and put the same 72 pieces of candy in it. It no longer will look like you have a lot of candy.
Image resolution works the same way. The only way to get the text to be clearer is to scan another copy of it at 300DPI and then do what you need to with it. 
Hope this helps!
Jeff
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