What is your output format? Print, PDF, HTML, something else?
And for the wider shots, are you using the full text container width
(sidehead and column), or staying within the column?

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On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 11:06 AM, Susan Curtzwiler <SusanCu at> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Software: ?FrameMaker 7.0 ?on Vista Enterprise. ?SnagIt 9 in .PNG format - 
> required by management.
> Audience: ?Technicians in a data center - they will be using a standard 
> laptop. ?This is for a runbook, mostly will be viewed on screen, limited 
> printed copies in black only.
> I need some really quick help with how to best use the DPI settings to import 
> screen captures by reference.
> I have some wide screen captures that will not fit into the anchored frame 
> and retain clarity.
> If I use the 96 DPI, I can get the area being emphasized, but not enough 
> surrounding area to have landmarks for the user.
> The larger screen captures, about 4x6, are even more difficult. ?If I use the 
> 150 DPI, it goes in the anchored frame, but again the text quality is not 
> very good.
> Any input will be great. ? I will be working with the FM scaling tool and see 
> if I can get satisfactory results.
> Thanks,
> Sue Curtzwiler
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