Preparing images for print
Consider image resolution, size, colour, paper and the type of printer when preparing images for print.
When you view a graphic on your computer screen - what you see is what you get (WYSIWYG). However, if you print the graphic out, it may look very different and not how you intended. If your project involves printing graphics, you'll need to consider the following:
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