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Receive Beautifully Printed Labels From SheetLabels.com By Checking Your Artwork File’s Resolution In Photoshop!
Are you ordering printed labels from SheetLabels.com? Do you have Photoshop on your computer? Are you interested in checking the resolution of your artwork file before uploading it to SheetLabels.com?
This blog is going to walk you through the process of checking the resolution of your artwork file in Photoshop.
The first step is to open your image in Photoshop. Once you’ve opened the Photoshop program on your computer, you’re going to take your mouse to your computer’s taskbar and click “File”. Scroll through the options and click “Open”.
A box opens. Here, you are going to locate the artwork file you want to check the resolution of. Once you’ve found the artwork file, select the file and click “Open”.
The file then opens in Photoshop. To check the resolution of the file, take your mouse to the taskbar once more. Click “Image”. Now, scroll through the options and click on “Image Size”.
The “Image Size” box opens. This box displays the dimensions of the artwork file you’ve chosen as well as the resolution of the artwork file.
Checking an artwork file’s resolution in Photoshop is an easy process that takes only seconds to do!
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