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Scott's answer is good. Some pedantic nit-picking: It really depends on the type of art. If we're talking line art, and your printer creates engraving plates, the resolution can be considered infinite. Granted, that's an atypical scenario. If the art is digitally scanned, so that it is an image of some sort, than 300dpi is pretty much the standard, ...


The highest line screen I'm aware of is 300lpi. So, conversely the highest dpi would be 450dpi. However, a 300lpi is very, very rare and most often used for very, very high end printing. You may find you have difficulty finding a printer who'll use a 300lpi screen for a book. More common line screens are 65, 85, 150 and 175. And "No" on the black part. ...

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