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Onscreen resolution and other prob's

Onscreen resolution and other prob's

Onscreen resolution and other prob's

        I am trying to touch up some fine line drawings I have scanned onto memory disc(Tiff, at high resolution [600 dpi]). Firstly, is Coral photo paint (as opposed to Correl draw) the best option. Secondly, how do I improve the onscreen image resolution. The drawings are 1-bit, black and white and only display very faintly on screen (but they display well when inserted in other programmes) and therefore I am unable to progress further with editing. Also, my computer is doing some strange things; In correl photo paint the drawings display on a white/ transparent background (as normal). However, when displayed as previews in the folder (before I open them) they become  white line drawings on a black background!Help!Also, recently my computer will let me move some of them across into my other programme (Adobe Indesign) but not others, even though many remain untouched by the correl programme. Everything was fine (in regards to transferring images to programmes) before I started using Correl Photopaint. Any suggestions!

Many thanks, Rachel

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