What format are the old graphics?
How you fix or recreate depends on what you're trying to match...

* The graphics probably look ragged on-screen in Frame because you're
looking at a low resolution preview of the real file... which is used
when you print.

Art

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On Wed, Dec 24, 2008 at 1:49 PM, Jack DeLand <jdeland1 at comcast.net> wrote:
> I inherited some old files, and the graphics look awful - squished and
> squiggly - except when I print to a printer, or generate a PDF. Then
> they look fine, nice and crisp, even if (intentionally) shrunken.  The
> writer who did this is long gone, and of course the process was never
> documented, so I don't know how he did it.
>
> I have tried "shrinking" in Snag-It, and reducing the percent of size on
> import. Both options yield a "fuzzy" look that I'm getting complaints
> about.  Is there some sort of FM option or technique that I can use to
> get the same results as he did?
>
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