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Old April 29th, 2004, 04:43 AM
Redroof
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-----Original Message-----
On 27 Apr 2004 15:14, "Redroof-Erma"


wrote:
Brian,
Thanks for your reply. The size is 58.2MB. Should I

have reduced the
file sizes on all photos before importing?
I've done this in the past and the resolution was as

good
when it was printed. Is there a way to avoid this?


It sounds like it is related to either printer memory or

oversized pictures.
Do you have any problems printing like a 5 or 8 page

newsletter using the
newsletter wizard which contains standard clipart.
--
Brian Kvalheim
Microsoft Publisher MVP
http://www.mvps.org/publisher

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.
Brian,

I never use standard clipart. It's for a school and they
always want real photos. I went back and reduced the file
size of each photo and it had no uploading problem on my
computer. But, before I did this, I burned a CD with the
newsletter file and opened it with a newer version of
Publisher (2002) at the school and it uploaded just fine
with the huge file sizes. So it must be a problem with
the older vs. don't you think?
Thank you so much for responding to my questions.
Redroof
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Old April 29th, 2004, 12:22 PM
Brian Kvalheim - [MS MVP]
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On 28 Apr 2004 22:43, "Redroof"
wrote:
I never use standard clipart. It's for a school and they always want
real photos. I went back and reduced the file size of each photo and
it had no uploading problem on my computer. But, before I did this, I
burned a CD with the newsletter file and opened it with a newer version
of Publisher (2002) at the school and it uploaded just fine with the
huge file sizes. So it must be a problem with the older vs. don't you
think?


The newer versions of Publisher (2002 2003) reduce the file sizes and
image sizes up to 90% in most cases. This was done to address issues like
you have encountered. --
Brian Kvalheim
Microsoft Publisher MVP
http://www.mvps.org/publisher

This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.


 




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