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  • 1. Image Fuzziness ProblemContact michael.miller@utsa.eduIf the image you’ve downloaded appears fuzzier than it did on the internet, it may bedue to saving the thumbnail, rather than the full-size image. So when you find an imageon Google or another image search engine site, be sure to click on it, and then on thenext page, click on the "see full size image" hypertext option. Then save this version ofthe image to your image folder.The examples below reflect this problem. The first is from the thumbnail, whereas thesecond is the “full-size image” copy.Additional answers are also suggested relevant to file size and dpi. See:http://getsatisfaction.com/monarchtt/topics/why_are_imported_pictures_blurry_fuzzy_impossible_to_read