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To add to Ryan's answer, it also depends on the image type, whether to use JPG or PNG. Typically, anything with a photograph in it is best saved as a JPG, to give you the best filesize:quality ratio. Designs without photos in them (logos, typography, icons, etc.) are best saved as PNG/GIF. Click on the 2-Up option in the Save For Web panel. This allows ...
Save For Web Set to JPG Reduce image quality
Open the .pdf in Photoshop, ensuring the dimensions are correct and you've set the PPI field to at least 300 in the open dialog: Let Photoshop rasterize the entire thing. Then save the file as a tiff. Print the Tiff. Vector graphics are beneficial when artwork is scaled and manipulated. When it comes to printing everything is rasterized upon output. ...
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