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The image I downloaded is only 72 dpi!
This may or may not be a problem, depending on what type of image you have:
All images from ClipArt.com's Web Art area are supposed to be 72 dpi (to match typical monitor resolution). A higher-resolution image would cause web pages to load more slowly.
If you obtained your GIF from the Clipart area, see "GIF (Non-web) or JPEG" below.
GIF (Non-web) or JPEG
When you open a 300+ dpi JPEG or GIF in a raster image editor such as Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro, the image may seem VERY large and display at only 72 dpi. This is because most screen settings default to 72 dpi, and your editor must spread the pixels over a larger surface area to conform to this setting.
To view your image at its correct settings:
NOTE: See your software's help documentation for specific instructions on resizing and resampling.
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