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At 02:21 PM 6/3/2002 +0100, Kennedy McEwen wrote: >If you have that much data available then you should certainly send it at >the resolution that the printer will resample to which is, as previously >said, the lower of the dpi figures - ie. 720dpi. What am I missing here? I have been under the impression that printer resolution and file resolution are two completely different things; that printer resolution is a measure of the density at which it lays down dots of ink; and that, with Epson, any file information above above 360 ppi is discarded. In other words, if I have a 72 ppi, 8 x 10 file, and I print it at the highest Epson setting (in my case 1440 x 720), I would get a very faithfully reproduced low resolution print, jaggies and all. Have I been mistaken or am I misinterpreting what is being said in this thread? John - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.