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    quick bobo resolution question

    Hi,

    I am doing a website for a local community organization and they have provided me with a logo that is 1609x309. When I shrink it down to a usable size it becomes somewhat grany / the text is shaky. I have tried this via the width and height settings, and via image programs, and they both have the same result.

    Do i need to get the organization to do something to their copy or is there a way for me to do this myself?

    Also, is a width of 800 a suitable one for a web banner that I wish to comprize about 80% of the screen (width wise), or should I go with 700?
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    I use Paint.NET as my image and drawing program. It has a function to resize images in percent, it works pretty decent. The program is free.
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    I have had problems like this in the past. If you would like, you can send me the image and ill see what I can do. Feel free

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    Thank you, they work like a charm!

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    Your page needs to be able to display reasonably within a 760 width for when people print it out.
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    No problem. Drink one for me.

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    done and done.

    and done again
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