I have an image that if I right click on and go to properties>details it tells me the resolution is 96 DPI. If I open the image in Photoshop, it gives me a PPI of 72. I'm wondering why they are different and why does it give me DPI instead of PPI when I right click on the photo? Thanks!
I have an image that if I right click on
On windows? On the file manager?
96 ppi is a default resolution asigned to untaged images on windows. 72 ppi is one standarized for some other aplications.
I do not know why they are diferent in your document. There is a chance your image simply has not that value asigned and the two aplications are just asigning the default one. No big deal.
DPI is an incorrect terem. A DPI is a value for prints, not for electronic images. Some aplications simply has that term wrong.