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--- In gimpi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "marialuisa787" <mlpjewelrydesigns@...> wrote:
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> Hi everyone and Happy St. Patrick Day
> 
> I bought some images they are in pdf and 300 resolution. I try to print them but the images print a bigger size.  
> 
> questions
> 
> I have to change pdf to jpg
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> I try in gimp changing to 300 the resolution bubut it print big
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> I also tried to scale but nothing
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> can someone ca help me.
> 
> Mari
>
Guess We have to define "size"  If you scan a photo at 100 dpi and view it at 100% on the screen it will be smaller than the same photo scanned at 300DPI view at 100%.  That is one size. The other size is the KB of the file.  That will be more for a higher resolution file as well. 

To scan a picture at a higher resolution means it has to make more dots per line which takes more room ie a larger picture hence a bigger picture.





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