Hey I've got a report my software prints. It reads in a .PNG or .JPEG logo for the cover page.
This usually works fine but now I have to do it for a logo that is just one big text name
in serif font so when you print it's all jaggedy,
The company sent me an EPS file which is vector so I sized it to 300dpi at the exact size
the report needs and exported as JPEG at the maximum size 10. Also tried PNG.
Both appear a bit blurry on screen in print preview and when I print it.
Bottomline: the Client doesn't like it.
I have done this for about 40 other companies that use our software and have not had anyone complain.
But I think the issue is their logo style which is very finely detailed and the loss of quality cannot be hidden
by the eye or something.
On this documentation page for Picture:
It does not say what formats are supported that I can find.
I'm wondering if some other format would work better. TIFF? I doubt EPS would be a supported format
although I could test it.
Just wanted to see if anyone had any advice before I spend hours doing manual trial and error testing.