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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 ...


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Save For Web Set to JPG Reduce image quality


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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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