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A dot Occasionally even professionals will lapse into describing the resolution of a digital image in dots per inch. This is okay if they re using the term dot as slang to mean a pixel, but this is confusing jargon. Printers print dots of toner and other pigment onto a surface (usually paper); a 1,200 dpi printer, for example, renders 1,200 dots of toner per inch of paper, but it is not rendering 1,200 pixels per inch of toner! In fact, a 1,200 dpi laser printer is incapable of rendering 1,200 pixels per inch (ppi). A pixel is not a dot of toner or ink, nor is a dot of ink equal to a pixel pixels alone have no size. A screen phosphor or LED Pixels that make up an image do not correspond 1:1 to whatever the elements on your monitor are made of. With high-quality images, there are many more pixels per inch than there are light units (phosphors, LEDs, and so on) on your screen. This is why CorelDRAW and paint programs such as PHOTO-PAINT and Adobe Photoshop offer zoom tools, so you can get a better look at image areas, mapping small amounts of pixels to your screen, which has a finite number of light-emitting elements. As resolution is discussed later in this chapter, it s good to know that the most frequently used resolution for web graphics is 72 ppi
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