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Old 07-30-2007, 06:04 AM   #3
ShelleyWynn
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Default Addtl. Postscript Questions

Thanks for the info.

I do alot of artwork that includes B&W and color clip art that I scan into the program and a large amount of type. I've read that images and type are more clear and crisp using the PS format. I use MS Digital Image Suite 10 now to edit my artwork, but it's becoming rather limited for what I need (thus my change to PhotoShop).

My most frustrating problem now is when I pull up a just-scanned image. The resolution leaves alot to be desired and I spend way too much time cleaning it up. Then, if I need to resize it, I'm pretty much back to square one. I just want to eliminate having to do this all the time. That's the main reason I'm interested in PS. If I understand you correctly, I would have to scan PS clip art in order to have this functionality, as well as, a PS printer, to get the crisp end result.

If I choose to stay with a non-PS printer, how do the interpreters work, or do they work very well at all.

Thanks again!
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