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About Vector and Gradient Resolution (DWF6 ePlot Properties Dialog Box)

About Vector and Gradient Resolution (DWF6 ePlot Properties Dialog Box)

Specifies the resolution (in dots per inch) for vector graphics and gradients for
DWF files. When you set a higher resolution, the file is more precise, but the file
size is also larger.

When you create DWF files intended for plotting, select a resolution to match the
output of your plotter or printer. High resolutions (over 2,400 dpi) are for viewing.
For example, when you create DWF files of drawings that contain a lot of detail, such
as a topographical map of a large region, these files use a higher resolution setting
for greater detail in the DWF file.

Use extreme resolutions (over 40,000 dpi) only when necessary; they may produce very
large files. As you increase the resolution setting, raster image quality increases,
the speed of printing decreases, and memory requirements increase.

Vector Resolution

Sets the resolution for vector graphics in the DWF file in dots per inch. Select Custom
to enter a custom vector graphic resolution.

Custom Vector Resolution

Specifies a custom resolution for vector graphics in the DWF file in dots per inch.
You must select Custom under Vector Resolution to specify a custom vector graphic
resolution.

Gradient Resolution

Sets the resolution for gradients in the DWF file in dots per inch. Select Custom
to enter a custom gradient resolution. This setting cannot exceed the current vector
resolution setting.

Custom Gradient Resolution

Specifies a custom resolution for gradients in the DWF file in dots per inch. You
must select Custom under Gradient Resolution to specify a custom gradient resolution.
This setting cannot exceed the current vector resolution setting.

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