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Old 06-23-2009, 01:51 AM   #4
Benwiggy
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You have said elsewhere that you use Finale. That can export EPS files, which are vector data. Vector data is resolution independent, meaning that it displays the same at ANY size.
EPS files are much smaller (in Kb) than 1200dpi TIFFs, and still look sharper, crisper and cleaner when printed.
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