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PDF resolution clarity

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Oct 23, 2020

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So I've just finished designing some Notepads in photoshop and was ready to send them to print but noticed that as a PDF, at 100% it looked slightly blurry, but the further I zoom it, the clearer & crisper everything looks.

Do you think that my file is fine to be printed since it looks hood zoomed in, or do I need to go back & fix something?

The was originally scanned in at 600dpi, edited, copied over to a template that was set at 300dpi, then exported as a PDF at 300dpi. Do I need to go back and either re-scan it at a lower resolution or change the original files dpi before copying it over to the template?

Any help would be really appreciated 🙂

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PDF resolution clarity

New Here ,
Oct 23, 2020

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So I've just finished designing some Notepads in photoshop and was ready to send them to print but noticed that as a PDF, at 100% it looked slightly blurry, but the further I zoom it, the clearer & crisper everything looks.

Do you think that my file is fine to be printed since it looks hood zoomed in, or do I need to go back & fix something?

The was originally scanned in at 600dpi, edited, copied over to a template that was set at 300dpi, then exported as a PDF at 300dpi. Do I need to go back and either re-scan it at a lower resolution or change the original files dpi before copying it over to the template?

Any help would be really appreciated 🙂

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FAQ, Import and export, Performance, Problem or error

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