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IT query

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by consonant, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. Trying to get some flyers printed and the printing company say any images need to be 300dpi. The images I've found so far have all been 96dpi...is it possible to increase this? Or to increase an image created in Paint?
    I have to get the art work to them by tomorrowso am under a bit of pressure here!
    PS Am ideally looking for some 'stretchy figures' looking happy!
    Thanks for any help![​IMG]
  2. Sorted!
  3. Create the flyer with whatever photo size you want. As long as you export the final artwork as 300dpi then you will be OK.

    If you are creating a flyer use software that allows you to export the end result as a jpeg. This would be easy to send.

    What software are you using?
  4. Thanks Retro! My daughter was doing it for me but the artwork kept going down to 96dpi when we cropped it and painted the background. I don't know how it was sorted but someone helped us and it is done!
    Appreciate your response though!

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