Posted on 2009-02-23
Last Modified: 2013-11-17
I need to verify image quality for some manuscript illustrations, and sometimes when I check the images properties theres no image quality information.
Theres no longer a DPI listed when I look at the properties of images. Ive tried Microsoft Picture Manager, Windows Fax and Picture Viewer, and Adobe.

Is there another way for me to check the DPI?

Question by:wball1217
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    did you get the gimb or irfanview working?

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