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27 Feb, 2013 12:29 pm

Hi RedRogue......found that converting the pics to pdfs worked a treat...thanks for your help yikes)

07 Feb, 2013 6:06 pm

Thanks Red Rogue.......will have a go....if I can.....and will let you know if it works. yikes)

07 Feb, 2013 4:20 pm

Well, JPEG is a very small file at the cost of quality. I recommend print-screening your drawing into paint, that way you have the highest quality.

And for enlarging them and keeping the same quality... maybe try converting them to a vector drawing?

Vector example:
Although, I don't know if it's possible xD I did a quick google search and if you want a good conversion then you have to buy some good software. A lot of software have a 30-day trial period, so just use that trial to convert.

hope that helps...

I don't know much about Vector. I just happen to know this little.

07 Feb, 2013 11:15 am

Hi.....I can now print off a good clear A4 size copy of my drawings....but I thought I would send them to a commercial printing company ......but my pictures only come out about A5/6 size. Does anyone know how to keep the drawings large and clear? Have tried re-sizing jpgs but that doesn't seem to work. Any ideas welcome.....Thanks

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