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Printing at 300 dpi in Windows

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How can I print an image in windows that would come out of my printer at 300 DPI.  It seems that in MS Paint there is no option to control the ppi of an image.   Are there any programs besides Photoshop where you can print an image in high resolution, instead of just screen resolution?
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Corel Photoimpact
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or GIMP free http://www.gimp.org/
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What version of Windows do you have?
Did you try right clicking on the file directly and clicking Print?
In Windows 7 I can print at the resolution of the Printer that I have.
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