If I understand correctly, what you will end up with is a graphic element
that will be very small onscreen if you exported 75 DPI - if you stretch
to fit, the graphic will be pixelated (ugly).
You can either rebuild the image in Fireworks, setting the image density to
600 DPI by going to Modify>Image Size (gives you a VERY large file), or
rebuild it in Freehand as vector objects. If there are few photos in your
cover, The advantage with the latter is that your file size will be smaller,
resulting in faster print times.
Your Hunch was right...
"seahr" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:bv285s$nfg$1forums.macromedia.com...for which I have made the front page (cover) in Macromedia Firewoks on 75> Hello,
> I am using Macromedia FreeHand MX. I am designing a brochure for print,
dpi resolution. Then I exported the image as TIFF 32, can anyone tell me if
this will be printed fine (it looks fine on the screen). Actually I have not
done much work in print and now I have lots of doughts about the final
results.and in which format I should export it to import it in a FreeHand file of>
> Shortly, please tell me what resolution should I use in my Fireworks file
600 dpi; for the best print results.really very, very urgent since I am already very late to find out the>
> I am really looking forward for any kind of help regarding this, and its