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> > One word of warning: there are few things more frustrating than
> > an almost-WYSIWYG display.
> True. I've run into several instances where the page displayed on
> the screen doesn't *quite* match the printed page. I now refer to
> the display as WYSIAWYG (the "A" stands for "almost!").
Actually, it is not possible for a 72-dots-per-inch (dpi) screen
to represent the 300- or 600-dpi output of a laser printer exactly.
There is always _some_ difference. The software must be written
to minimize the consequences of that difference.
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