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Raster graphics (PS output)

In this area of the dialog you can define the resolution and colour depth for the export of all raster graphics. If you are uncertain about the real resolution and colour depth of your images, just activate the two checkbox switches Use raster image resolution and Use raster image colour depth. Then no data will be lost during export.

But if you have created a document with images at 1,000 dpi resolution and you want to e.g. create a PS file for a b&w printer with a maximum resolution of 600 dpi, it makes sense to reduce the resolution of images to 600 dpi, too. Click on the popup Resolution and select the required resolution there. If the required resolution is not available there, you may enter it in the editable fields right of the popup directly. The first value describes the X resolution of your printer, the second one stands for the Y resolution.

The selected resolution stands for a maximum resolution of raster images. If you chose e.g. 1'200 dpi as image resolution and an image has 1'500 dpi, it will be downsized to 1'200 dpi (on output only). A 300 dpi image instead will not be blown up to 1'200 dpi!

Hint: If you find that you often need a resolution not present in the popup, you can make this up in the Settings function group. Click on the Resolution setup icon there.

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Last updated on May 28, 2020

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