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quality printing

quality printing

quality printing


I´m trying to print an image with just words... However i want that the words doesn´t seems "pixelized" when printing... What must i do?

I have Epson CX5200 so I think that the problem is not from the printer..

Thank you

RE: quality printing

If you are printing from PSP then create the text in the .psp format. If the image is already created, then you are probably out of luck unless you want to re-create the text or image.

There are some things you can try, like selecting the text and flood filling with a solid color. Can you post a link to the image?


RE: quality printing

A simple way to produce crisper text is to create the text as a new image with the color depth set to 2 colors(1 bit).  Then either increase the color depth to 8 bit or 24 bit and use the flood fill tool to color it, copy and paste the plain black text into your graphic and re-color it there.


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