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penelope_chapron [Sending Images via Email]
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-StudioLine will propose to email images in the widely recognized JPEG format which cuts down file size dramatically. The smaller the file size, the quicker your email will upload and send. The estimated size of the email message appears near the bottom of the panel. Adjust the amount of compression by adjusting the number in the field entitled “Image.” High quality (a higher number) is great for crisp online resolution and professional at-home printing. Low quality is really only suitable for images where resolution is not important.+StudioLine will propose to email images in the widely recognized JPEG format which cuts down file size dramatically. The smaller the file size, the quicker your email will upload and send. The estimated size of the email message appears near the bottom of the panel. Adjust the amount of compression by adjusting the number in the field entitled “Image”High quality (a higher number) is great for crisp online resolution and professional at-home printing. Low quality is really only suitable for images where resolution is not important.
  
-Other file formats will always use the quality of the original image. These file formats should only be used for specific applications – such as sending images for professional quality print purposes. If you need to send an image with transparent areas or irregular shapes, choose the TIFF or PNG file formats and deselect the option “Colorize Transparent Areas,” as described below.+Other file formats will always use the quality of the original image. These file formats should only be used for specific applications – such as sending images for professional quality print purposes. If you need to send an image with transparent areas or irregular shapes, choose the TIFF or PNG file formats and deselect the option “Colorize Transparent Areas”as described below.
  
 ===== Other Options ===== ===== Other Options =====
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