Determine what the image size should be. Pixels Dots Per Inch Inches When dealing with graphics files there are 3 properti...
Pixels Pixels:   The exact number of 'dots' both horizontally and vertically that make up the file.  This is the  actual  ...
Dots Per Inch DPI (Dots per inch):    The number of 'dots' or pixels per each inch of a printed or scanned document.
Inches The actual size measured in inches (either printed or scanned) of an image.
Web Manager Limitations <ul><li>Image names must be saved  without spaces </li></ul><ul><li>Image size is  limited to 500 ...
Steps to prepare image size. <ul><li>Determine the size of image that should appear on web. </li></ul><ul><li>Use a graphi...
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Image Size Use

  1. 1. Determine what the image size should be. Pixels Dots Per Inch Inches When dealing with graphics files there are 3 properties that go into determining the resolution or size of a file.
  2. 2. Pixels Pixels:   The exact number of 'dots' both horizontally and vertically that make up the file.  This is the actual  resolution of the file.  DPI and Inches affect only the size of the image as it is displayed or printed, but the actual pixels is finite in a bitmapped file.
  3. 3. Dots Per Inch DPI (Dots per inch):    The number of 'dots' or pixels per each inch of a printed or scanned document.
  4. 4. Inches The actual size measured in inches (either printed or scanned) of an image.
  5. 5. Web Manager Limitations <ul><li>Image names must be saved without spaces </li></ul><ul><li>Image size is limited to 500 x 700 pixels </li></ul><ul><li>Image resolution can be 72 dpi or 96 dpi </li></ul><ul><li>In inches the image limitation is 6.94x9.72 inches at 72dpi 5.21x7.29 inches at 96 dpi </li></ul>
  6. 6. Steps to prepare image size. <ul><li>Determine the size of image that should appear on web. </li></ul><ul><li>Use a graphics program to save the image to the determined size in inches first. </li></ul><ul><li>Compress the image for the web using either Photoshop or Microsoft office picture manager. </li></ul><ul><li>4. Save the image in the appropriate file format. (Remember save the name without spaces) </li></ul>
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