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The fact of the matter is that you're printing on a colour laser printer that has just about the same resolution as a mid-level mid-1990s inkjet printer. It is incapable of producing photographic-quality continuous-tone images. The printer's maximum resolution is only 600 by 1200 fixed-sized dots per inch, with only four available toner colours. If your ...
Yes. Actually, you end up with a tad bit over 1000ppi. Just be certain to uncheck "Resample" in the Image Size dialog of Photoshop. Assuming you're using Photoshop.
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