#1
I'm trying to print off a 4th of July thing but I can't find the right dimensions.


Any one know?


I'm not an idiot, I googled it and couldn't find it.
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tried wikihow?

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#5
Why not use your brain and convert the pixels into inches.
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Why not use your brain and convert the pixels into inches.



I would, but i don't know how many pixels are in an inch.
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#8
2480 X 3508 for 300dpi.

If you couldn't find it in google then you don't belong on the internets
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Size(in pixels) of a normal sheet of printer paper?
Pretty sure that's determined by the particular printer you're using...
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http://www.indigorose.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-13334.html

first result in a google search for "a4 resolution pixels"

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A4 is a document format, as a screen image that's going to depend on the image resolution, for example an A4 document resized to:

72 dpi (web) = 595 X 842 pixels
300 dpi (print) = 2480 X 3508 pixels (This is "A4" as I know it, i.e. "210mm X 297mm @ 300 dpi")
600 dpi (print) = 4960 X 7016 pixels

And so forth. FWIW document formats like A4 are described by their print dimensions (millimeters), which is a whole different thing than screen images (pixels) so that's why you don't see anyone using pixels to describe A4. :yes
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I would, but i don't know how many pixels are in an inch.

Most photo editing software gives you the option to use inches or pixels.
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#13
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Most photo editing software gives you the option to use inches or pixels.



I know, I tried that, but the picture looks way too big on my computer screen.
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#14
^can I facepalm again?

of course it looks big on a computer screen, the printer prints at a much higher resolution (in dpi) than your computer screen displays.
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I know, I tried that, but the picture looks way too big on my computer screen.



It's meant to be. See post above.
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