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This is a complicated issue. You have to understand the computer term
DPI, which stands for Dots Per Inch. This applies in three places:
Dots = Pixels
In PixWizard, we show you the image size in Dots.
Let's assume you scan at 300 DPI. You scan an 8x10 picture. This is saved as 2400 dots (8" x 300 dots/inch) by 3000 dots (10" x 300). Let's assume your printer is 600DPI. In dots, this is 4800 (8" x 600) by 6000 (10" x 600). For best results, you should scan at 600DPI and set the print options to use a 1:1 scale when printing. Our programs can also stretch the image to fit the entire printable area of your printer.
Posted on May 20, 2011
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