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    Default 240 PPI Or 300 PPI

    Can anyone please explain

    1 What the difference is
    2 Which one should you use
    3 What difference it would make to your photos

    Kind Regards
    Gary

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    hi if you are viewing on a screen then it has no effect it used for prints

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    Hi
    When using a inkjet printer then 240 will give excellent results
    If your getting a photo printed in a printers with a high quality press ( something like a Roland, or Hidleberg Kord)then use 300ppi

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    Quote Originally Posted by graham_c View Post
    Hi
    When using a inkjet printer then 240 will give excellent results
    If your getting a photo printed in a printers with a high quality press ( something like a Roland, or Hidleberg Kord)then use 300ppi
    Thanks Wave, how are you Graham not spoke to you for a while, thanks for replying as well.
    Kind Regards
    Gary

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    Hi Gary
    I've not been on line much of late. I'm changing internet providers and have been having connection issues, because I'm leaving the current one don't want to know, and the new ones can't help till Monday... Graham

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    PPI - Pixels Per Inch.
    On a display? Or when printing out? Either way the higher the number of PPI - quality is better, the image is sharper and crisper.

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    ...the above applies to printing as there is no difference on a display as this is only as a result of the screen resolution and not the PPI...unless considerably resized of course..regards

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    Yes indeed, thanks for correcting.

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