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can't get my logo to print clearly... resolution adjustment needed

can't get my logo to print clearly... resolution adjustment needed

can't get my logo to print clearly... resolution adjustment needed

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Hi, I created my lgo in fireworks and it prints blurry:

http://www.webkonnector.com/images/graphics/pngs/logowhite.gif

it's probably b/c the resolution is very low but i can't for the life of me figure out how to change it. i tried but it's not working. can anyone change the resolution for me so that i'll get a sharp image when i print it? Thanks in advance!

RE: can't get my logo to print clearly... resolution adjustment needed

if you want a really sharp image on print, you need to convert it to vectors. a good hour work in freehand unlike you have the fonts handy

RE: can't get my logo to print clearly... resolution adjustment needed

you need to use cmyk and 300+ resolution.  Best bet is to use freehand, illustratior or photoshop


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RE: can't get my logo to print clearly... resolution adjustment needed

What is 300 resolution? I had someone ask me today if I could send them a file in 300 resolution. It is a logo that I sent as a Tiff that I converted from a bmp.

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RE: can't get my logo to print clearly... resolution adjustment needed

300 dpi
why convert it to bmp ? bmp is the crappiest format ever, leave it as tif
any good graphic editor should allow you to see the resolution somewhere.
or in other words
if you want your logo to print as 2x2", you need it atleast 600x600 pixel big

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