Three important printing curiosities


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Three important printing curiosities

In the previous exercise I showed you how to scale and position the image on the printed page. In this exercise, we'll discuss a few ramifications of those changes. So here I am still working inside The joy of color.psd, Found inside the 11_printing folder. I have made some changes inside the Print dialog box. So I'll go to the File menu. I'll choose the Print command, Ctrl+P Command+P on the Mac. Notice I changed the orientation of the page. So it's now horizontal. The scale is 120%, meaning that the image will print 9 inches wide, 6 inches tall with a Resolution of 250 pixels per inch, remember that.

All right, now let's say that's the kind of thing you want to print over and over again. Cancel out. If all you want to do is print one copy of your image using the last saved settings then you go up to the File menu and you choose Print One Copy. Or you mash your fist on the Modifier Keys and press P. So that's Ctrl+Shift+Alt+P on the PC, Command+Shift+Option+P on...

Three important printing curiosities
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Three important printing curiosities provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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