Question: A co-worker and I are using Print Shop Deluxe to create a newsletter. But we’re having difficulties saving it in the format the printer needs. The printer requests a minimum 300 dpi. Print Shop properties show 600 dpi, but when the print shop receives it, it shows up at 96 dpi. The printer also requests the file as .pdf .eps or .tif. I can’t seem to find those options.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Are other programs more compatible when using outside printers, such as Quark, Adobe, etc.? And do they have the capability to print newsletters? - Tanya in Denver
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