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DOC to Image Converter Setting of JPG Format

About of Jpeg/Jpg Format:
The JPEG/JPG file format is a minimal file format which enables JPEG bitstreams to be exchanged between a wide variety of platforms and applications. The JPEG/JPG file format is platform independent so it can be used on PCs, Macs and Unix workstations. On Macintosh, it does not use any resource forks. The standard extension used on Unix and Windows platforms is .JPG. A number of colour spaces can be used: grayscale, RGB and CMYK are all common in prepress. 

Setting of Jpeg/Jpg Format:
Here you can define the output image jpeg/jpg resolution. Usually, a higher resolution setting will result in larger but higher quality JPG format, while a lower setting will result in smaller but lower quality JPG file. 
Important: Low resolution is ideal for screen viewing. However, if high-quality paper print or the accurate control of character position is required, you should specify resolution above (include) 600dpi. 
Colour spaces: 
· High colors (24 bit). 
· Greyscale (8 bit). 
Sets the color space to be used for the JPEG/JPG image format output. 
Sets the quality of outputed Jpeg/JPG image format.