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Raster graphics (EPS output)

In this area of the dialog you can define the resolution and colour depth for output of all raster graphics. If you are unsure about the real resolutions and colour depths of your images, mark both the buttons Use raster image resolution and Use raster image colour depth crossed. Doing this, you will not lose any image data for output at all.

But if you have created a document with images at 1,000 dpi resolution and you want to, say, create a EPS 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. If the desired value is not present in the popup, you can simply enter it from the keyboard in the editable fields next to the popup. The first value describes the printer resolution in the X-axis, the second in the Y-axis.

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.

If you select the Fine data switch, all fine data of raster images will be restored for PostScript output and will be removed again afterwards. With the Fine data button you can call the Fine data manager module in order to define further settings there.

Should this button not be selectable, please load in the Fine data manager (optional extra module) and try again.

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Last updated on May 28, 2020

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