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Hi Bev ... I'm not one of the pros on this list .. but I glean a lot of info from here . This is a VERY knowledgable group.... But I do know PSP pretty well, so this is from the PSP users point. In PSP .... you would go to image/resize/actual print size, with both the boxes checked ... maintain aspect, and resize all layers. Put in your dimensions first (4x6), in the resolution dialog box (which defaults to 72 for web graphics) set your preference. Here is a sticky wicket ... this can be anywhere from 150 to 300 or higher, based on personal preference. The generally accepted one on this list appears to be 240 dpi. ... Automatic in the printer set up might be the way to start ... then if there are color adjustments necessary .. you can act accordingly. PS ... PSP 6 is coming out ... HTH RB Earthe Art Imaging > > > > > > Scenario: > You just took a great 1600x1200 photograph with your digital camera. You > open it in PaintShop Pro 5 and it looks great; colors are perfect and focus > is sharp. No retouching necessary. > > You want to make a 4x6 print of it on your Epson 750 printer. > > 1. What do you do in PSP to resize it for printing? > > (your answer here) > > After you do this, you select Print in PSP and get the Print dialog box. > You press the Properties button to open the 750 properties sheet. > > You select Photo Paper for the media type (you are using Epson Photo Paper, > 8-1/2"x11"). > > 2. What else do you do here? Leave the mode set to Automatic? Or do you use > Custom settings? If so, which ones? > > (your answer here) > - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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