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Pictures/Images in InfoPath form print with terrible quality

Hi,

I have created several forms in InfoPath that I publish in SharePoint but I have a recurring problem, any image I place on the form is presented perfectly on the screen but when it is printed it loses quality and creates a horrible and unprofessional form. The fonts and tables print perfectly, just the images are a problem.

I have researched for any references to best practices in using images in InfoPath but I have not found anything. Should I use specific file types? Print with a specific driver or a specific configuration?

Anyone else had this problem and/or is aware of a solution?

Thanks.
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Menshen

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Hello,
Did you try to create a special print view? Maybe it will help.
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/infopath-help/design-a-view-that-is-optimized-for-printing-HA010151438.aspx
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Yes, but the quality of the images is still affected. I have created the print view with dimensions that reflect the A4 size of the paper sheets but I'm starting to wonder if the images will have a better quality if the form is bigger and shrinked to fit the paper.
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Well, I ended up finding the correct solution to my problem and decided to share the solution.
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