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Hi, I have my new (refurb) 3000 set up and several of you have said I will get the sharpest output if I print at 1440 dpi. I printed one thing that I'd scanned at 600 dpi, and it looked quite good. But o get the BEST results, it sounds like I should scan a picture at a multiple of 72, am I right? So I should scan at 720 (or 360)? Note: I now have a number of Photoshop images on disk that I've scanned at 600 dpi or created at 600 ppi. Do I need to rescan them at 720 (or 360), or can I downsample from 600 to 360 and then print at 1440 without loss of detail? If someone can answer this, it will save me a lot of work. Many thanks as always, Pat - 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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