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Re: [vox-tech] Printing PNG's
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Re: [vox-tech] Printing PNG's



On Fri September 23 2005 15:02, Micah J. Cowan wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 23, 2005 at 03:00:52PM -0700, Richard Harke wrote:
> > I started to save some documents by scanning them into
> > my computer and saving them as PNG files. I have been viewing
> > them with Kview which has worked well until I wanted to print one.
> > On screen, i can set the scaling to 33% and I get a good size to work
> > with with just a little bit of scrolling. If I then print, the size goes
> > back to 100% so that only a small part of the upper left corner
> > is actually printed. I have tried using the preview print function
> > and changing the scale there but that doesn't help. The best I got was
> > with Firefox but then it was scaled down so that a page image was
> > on about half the page. Everything was there but hard to read.
>
> What about GIMP? I find its Printing set-up to be quite useful.

Good idea. The results were quite readable.
Very slow, however.
Richard
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