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I open a pdf page in gimp, and make some change to it. Later when I print it to a pdf file with 100.00 resolution in both X and Y axis, the result is a bit but obviously blurred.

When I specify a resolution higher than 100.00, the image will shrink according to how much bigger the specified resolution is than 100.00.

I wonder if I can print to a pdf file without blurring or shrinking? Thanks!

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When you read the image into gimp, you should be able to specify a resolution afor it to use when it rasterizes the file. Specifying a bigger number there as well as when you print should minimize both blurring and shrinking. That's how I do it with Photoshop anyway. –  martineau Jul 24 '12 at 19:21
    
Thanks, @martineau! –  Tim Jul 24 '12 at 21:15

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