Spots, dots and pixels just what are dpi and ppi? - part 5 of 1 2 3 4 5

by Mike McNamee Published 01/06/2011


Here is the simplest way to scale and border. The paper size has already been selected in the printer driver and 'centred' was checked there as well 'Scale to fit media' indicated a required reduction to 89% so the box was unchecked and then 80% selected to give a border all round. In the 'Output' panel the 'Border' button was checked and a 1mm black key line set up The preview shows exactly what we would get on the print - a centred, bordered and key-lined image. In this dialogue box, if 'Background' is selected then the background colour may also be chosen, instead of the default white using the Color Picker, or even, using the Eyedropper and taking a colour from the image itself.

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