1 Choose Image > Image Size.
3 For Screen, enter the screen frequency for the output device. If desired, choose a new unit of measurement. Note that the screen value is used only to calculate the image resolution, not to set the screen for printing.
Important: To specify the halftone screen ruling for printing, you must use the Halftone Screens dialog box, accessible through the Print with Preview command. (See "Selecting halftone screen attributes" on page 475.)
4 For Quality, select an option:
• Draft to produce a resolution the same as the screen frequency (no lower than 72 pixels per inch).
• Good to produce a resolution 1.5 times the screen frequency.
• Best to produce a resolution 2 times the screen frequency.
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