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Chapter 5. Creating Books > Dealing with Warning Icons

Dealing with Warning Icons

One problem that can appear any time you print a digital photo is poor quality, or rather, your inability to predict the quality of a print. Numerous variables can play a part in reducing the quality of a printed image, but iPhoto tries to help prevent one of the most common—printing an image at a size larger than is appropriate for the image’s resolution. When you have an image that’s too low resolution for the proposed size in a book, iPhoto displays a triangular warning icon to alert you to the problem (Figure 5.10).

Figure 5.10. When a page design calls for a photo to be printed larger than its resolution allows (for good quality), iPhoto places a warning icon on the offending image (all three on the page above).



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