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  1. #11
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    What about dpi? I personally feel 200dpi is plenty high enough for printing.

    Ladybug

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    I prefer 12X12 or 8X8, but I have done some A4 size pages ready to print out as that is the biggest my printer prints, if doing borderless prints.
    Love Bee
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    Smile Love your comment!

    I loved your comment, Sandy. I think I'm a square, too. I've always done 12x12 or 8x8. Sometimes 6x6 are fun for a quick album or a gift. The 8x8 can look really nice in 12x12 albums if the pictures are large and you add a few things to the cardstock background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladybug
    What about dpi? I personally feel 200dpi is plenty high enough for printing.

    Ladybug
    I agree! I know a lot of people say 300 is best, for optimal quality, but I've not faulted it at 200! So 200 it will stay for me

  5. #15
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    Default 8X8 gets my vote

    I've done borderless 8 1/2 x 11's with other programs, but really like the 8x8 in SBM. 200 dpi have printed out well on my albums.

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