1. Print use (non-Adobe Acrobat):
(a) You will want high resolution .JPG files.
(b) The .JPG files can be re-sized with no material loss of quality. Most publishing programs and word processing programs (including Microsoft Word) support .JPG.
(c) Example: To insert a JPG into MS Word, put your cursor where you want the image to go. Then, from the toolbar at the top of the screen, select Insert, Picture, From File. Then, find the image on your hard drive and click Insert. Your image will appear in Word. When you left click on the image, the image border will become visible and you can re-size the cartoon by placing the mouse over a corner of the cartoon and dragging the corner inward or outward until the cartoon is the size you desire.
(a) The high resolution .JPG images will fill two screens when they are imported to your presentation page. To downsize the image to fit your page, left click on the image and then place the mouse over a corner of the cartoon and drag the corner inward until the cartoon is the size you desire. Be sure to test your presentation in advance.
(b) Printouts: All printouts should be done with the high resolution JPG images. (Otherwise, the lines on the images will be fuzzy.)