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* Antwort auf eine Nachricht von K Watkins an All am 11.09.95
KW> Word. However,* I have found no way to scale the images when I
KW> need the
KW> same screen shots in the on-line Help. (Well, I can "scale
KW> down" the bitmap
KW> in any of several bitmap editors, but the text in the screen
KW> shot becomes
KW> illegible almost instantly.)
Take a program like Photoshop, apply a softening filter, reduce the size and
apply a sharpening filter again.
The problem you notice is that the scaling of to orininal screenshot simply
optimizes locally. By softening the picture, a greater area of the picture is
examined when sharpening the picture again.
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