> I build my print images in gimp on my Knoppix box but have to send it to
> my wife's apple where the color printer is attached.  It seems logical
> to use
> Photoshop 7 to print the photo on the apple. So I do my gimp thing and
> build an 8.5x11 inches image with a resolution of 300 px/inch. I then
> store it as
> a psd file.
> However, when I open the psd in Photoshop 7, Photoshop declares that the
> image is 35.4x45.8 inches with a resolution of 72 px/inch.  This looks
> like a bug
> to me and since I would expect Photoshop to handle their own format
> correctly,
> I assume that it is a gimp bug.
> Am I doing something wrong?

If all you are doing is printing, then there's no reason to use psd.
You can try png or tif (both of which can handle print resolution data).

I seem to remember running into this problem as well (I use Gimp and PS
at work).  Let us know your results.

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