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Subject:Improving quality of screen shots From:Doug Rempel <Doug_Rempel -at- ISMBC -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 1 Dec 1997 14:35:00 -0800
Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I can improve the quality of
screen shots in a hardcopy user's guide? I'm using Adobe Photoshop for
Windows NT, and the screen shots I'm working with are grayscale and
imported into FrameMaker at 300dpi. There's a lot of information on the
screen, so making it easily readable when it's printed out is proving to be
somewhat difficult. I would appreciate any suggestions.