A screen shot doesn't have an intrinsic dpi. It's just a bitmap of a
certain width and height. The image's dpi will vary depending on how
many pixels per inch the screen it's displayed on has.
I'm not sure there's ever a good reason to downsample a screen shot
when you're placing it in FrameMaker and generating PDFs. Just set the
dpi in FrameMaker so that the bitmap is a good size relative to the
page. The PDF will contain the full-resolution image and users can
zoom for more detail.
On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 3:32 PM, Art Campbell <art.campb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> That would sort of be my point. If you want to -- not have to -- you would
> create your gold copy of the graphic at say 300 DPI and downsample it
> automatically in Photoshop or simply adjust it to usable size when you
> import into FM since you specify the DPI during import.
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