How Can I Export In 300 DPI And Confirm Through My Images?

In this article, you'll learn the easy step-by-step process of exporting your ClickDesigns projects in 300 DPI and confirming if your images are in 300 DPI.


Once you're logged into your ClickDesigns account and in the "My Designs" section, feel free to choose any design you wish to export into PDF. You can either use one of the templates provided by the software or start from scratch.


After you hover over that design and click on "Edit," it'll open up your ClickDesigns editor where you can export your design into PDF. From here, click on "Export."


Once you click on "Export," you'll be given the option to export your design in a certain format. Here, select "PDF." For the DPI, choose 300, and then, click on "Export."

Once exported, your design will successfully be added to your local drive as a PDF file.


Once you've successfully exported your design in 300 DPI, there are different ways that you can confirm the DPI of your image.

On Windows...

  1. Open File Explorer and navigate to your image.
  2. Right-click on the image file and from here, select "Properties."
  3. Next, click on the "Details" tab at the top bar.
  4. Finally, scroll down until you find the image Dimensions and the DPI Resolution.

On Mac...

  1. Open Finder and navigate to your image.
  2. Right-click or control-click on the image file and select "Open With" > "Preview."
  3. Once you have the "Preview" open, go to "Tools" > "Show Inspector."
  4. From here, select on "General Info" from the Dialog Box. This is located in the first tab at the top.
  5. Finally, view "Image Information" to find the resolution, or, you can click on "More Info" located in the second tab at the top to confirm the DPI.

And Voila! That's how easy it is to seamlessly save your designs in 300 DPI and to confirm the DPI of your image.

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