If your printer is a wide format printer that can take 12x12 paper, then yes, you can create and print 12x12 pages. Even without such a printer, you can save 12x12 pages as PDF files and take those to get professionally printed.
Re: 300 dpi - yes, although if you use low resolution graphics, 300 dpi doesn't mean anything.
Re: Copier store - They can work with PDF, JPG and TIF. This program can create all three.
FYI: This program does NOT support PNG files with partial transparencies so you cannot import most PNGs from digital page kits.
< Message edited by lindarobin -- 4/1/2006 12:29:15 PM >
I have Scrapbook Desinger Platinum (v.1) from Costco and cannot save anything more than 150 dpi. Do you know if there is a way to get around that so I can save 300 dpi? Also, do you know if the newer versions of this program allow you to save 300 dpi ? Thanks.
Here is a screenshot to show you where to increase the pixel dimensions. You can make them as high as you want, but of course, at some point it makes no quality improvement because your digital photos only had a certain number of pixels to begin with.
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