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Grayscale output? It don't matter. A bitmapped format is a bitmapped format
and all will render a screenshot the same. Color, well, then you're dealing
with another beast called color depth. But grayscale, use the format that
makes the smallest bitmapped image (in file size). Me, I use PNG. But
there's nothing wrong with GIF either.
wswallow "at" nycap "dot" rr "dot" com
::: -----Original Message-----
::: >What formats are recommended? We
::: >use .tif, here. I've also heard
::: >good things about .png.
::: TIFs are good, though at high resolution, TIFs can be very
::: had some TIFS come in at several megs each. I've also had
::: good success
::: outputting the graphics in PDF form, cropping in Acrobat,
::: then including
::: the PDF in the Frame document.
::: I know little about PNG.