Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Large means 2 completely different things.
1] large file, has high resolution & takes up Megabytes [some e-mails will choke at this.
2] physical size of print.
what these 2 things have to do with each other is: the bigger , the better  will look.
This is because with more pixels to work with, the ultimate image is better.
The available memory in your computer may not be enough to handle the entire image. Add memory to the computer or send the picture to yourself with a program that "resizes" like outlook, OR have the original sender do the last step.
It is possible that you can change the bit depth [number of colors] on the image, but this isn't recommended for output quality.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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