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David Hailey writes:
> By making certain
>that your pixel setting is at 72 (sometimes we find our
>pixel settings at 150 or higher--of no value on a screen),
>you can sometimes reduce them even more.
I believe 72 pixels per inch remains common on Macs, but isn't universal.
Most PCs have a higher definition.0.28mm (90 pixels per inch) and 0.25mm
(100 pixels per inch) are common. I would therefore recommend saving at 100
ppi for PC applications
David (the idiot) Ibbetson
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