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The following instructions were written for Photoshop on a Mac. Instructions for Photoshop on Windows should be almost identical.
If you are printing an image which you found on the Internet, the first step is to check your file size, because if it is too small to print at the size you would like, increasing its size will "pixelate" the image. If the image desired is simply too small, the best thing to do is to find a larger image. For tips on finding larger images, visit this Photoshop Essence tutorial about finding and using images from the Internet.
If you are printing to the color printer, the MDL offers sizes in 8.5x11, 8.5x14, and 11x17. If you intend to print on the large-format printer in the MDL, please note that one dimension of your poster must be less than or equal to 41.5 inches.
In this case, it is best to set the dimensions needed for your poster when you first begin using Photoshop.
Once your image is edited to your satisfaction in Photoshop, the next step is to save it. If you are printing in the MDL, please export it to a TIFF. If you are printing in Printing Services, please save it as a PDF.
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