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Quark6.5 low res printing prob


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Does anyone know why my Quark6.5 is printing only a low res preview of my imported eps/pdf/tiffs? Is there a preference to select that imports them properly - they are all present in my usage dialogue??
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Does anyone know why my Quark6.5 is printing only a low res preview of my imported eps/pdf/tiffs? Is there a preference to select that imports them properly - they are all present in my usage dialogue??
Hi Natalie

In your 6.5 dialog print box go to output make sure this is set to 300dpi
then go to options and click full resolution tiff output then go opi setting and make sure opi is active ie ticked box then make sure low resolution is not checked with a tick in the box.

Hopefully this will help if it doesnt it could be a setting in quark prefences under display for resolution of tiff output.
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