>On 3/22/2010 3:22 PM, bennettjon wrote:
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>Ok, well, what I meant was if you could show us a picture of the saved
>file that is fuzzy, not the good looking one.
>However, my guess is that you are compressing it too much or a wrong
>filetype when you save it.
>Step by step it should be like this when you save, I don't know exactly
>what you have done while you are saving, so I go through step by step
>just in case:
>2. Find your directory
>3. Type a name for your file followed by either .jpg or .png
>4a.If saving as a JPEG, then hit save button, and make sure the quality
>is around 85. Note if you hit the "show preview in image window" check
>box, it will calculate a file size and show you a preview. You will
>probably have to export it to a flattened image somewhere in this step.
>4b.If saving as a PNG, then from my understanding the Compression level
>does not affect image quality, however it affects file size and
>rendering time. I would set the compression to 9, as it will create a
>nice small file size for you. I would also hit the "load defaults"
>button, just in case one of these settings got hit.
>If you could upload the picture that is fuzzy to a host like image shack
>and share it with us, it would probably help us out if the saving fix I
>suggested does not work.
Thanks Stefan for the quick reply. I will upload some images. However, the
issue is not fuzziness in GIMP. The fuzziness occurs when inserting into Word
or Excel and either printing or converting to PDF.
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