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Date Posted: 11:12:59 11/08/05 Tue
Author: srdaniel
Subject: Re: XDotsPerInch = Pixels Per Inch?
In reply to: srdaniel 's message, "XDotsPerInch = Pixels Per Inch?" on 16:57:16 11/04/05 Fri

Never mind, I never realized that instead of trying to resize the image, I could just modify the DPI value itself to effect the printed output size.

>I have an image which I scanned in at 600dpi. I can
>see the image information in PSP and it says 600dpi.
>If I load the same image into a TImageScrollBox the
>TimageScrollBox.Graphic.XDotsPerInch returns 96 same
>for YDotsPerInch.
>What does XDotsPerInch represent and how do I find the
>600dpi number I'm looking for. I need the 600 number
>to perform a TResizeTransform operation on the image.

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