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...increased DPI... only its effectible print size. Nop. That is PPI. DPI is a printer capability unit. I think the root of the problem is that the dpi is widley known because for a time was an important issue to buy a printer. This unit was adopted as image quality. A scanner was thought as just the input part of the same ecosystem. The people just ...


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Those terms are largely misunderstood for two reasons: Most people do not really understand what units are. Units have been taught to most by memorization, and quite lot of it, without much deep thought put into the subject. Since this kind of learning worked for most purposes for other units then they think it works for this too. From this follows that ...


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Almost any decent program can do this. But depending on which one you are using you need to "block" the file size. I understand that Abbyy you are refering to is the OCR program. And somehow is a little "dumb" needing the file to declare that it is on 300 dpi. If you are using windows try irfanview www.irfanview.com Then go to Image > Resize/Resample and ...


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I voted it down, because this question is basically just asking for us to tell you how to do something (a tutorial) and that's not what this site is built around. It's also something that can be found easily with a Google search. That being said, here's your solution: Download Adobe CC and take advantage of their free trial Open the image in Photoshop ...


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At first you complete your work with 114mm X 33mm @ 300 dpi and then finally click alt + ctrl + I to resize 11400 X 3300 Done!!


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I will address your first two questions. You can measure the size of a digital documents one of two ways: In physical units + dpi. This is the case of the specs that you were given. They have requested a document that is 46in x 81in (physical units) at 300dpi (resolution). In pixels. These two ways are equivalent. You can convert from one to the other ...


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I found that on my dell latitude D630 when I make cmyk 300 dpi document and zoom it to 150% then it fits on real size.



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