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  1. Hi I scanned my 1985 slides when I didn't know how to scan properly so some are scanned at 72, 300, or 6400 DPI and many jpgs contain a lot of dust, marks, and mottled skies due to age of slides. As I can't rescan anything right now, I'm editing with AP but have a couple of issues: Exported jpgs don't appear as sharp as what displays when I'm working in AP. Don't believe I've changed any settings, but my exported jpgs that were originally 72DPI have started to export as 6400DPI, even though I've set the Quality to 94%. I've watched the AP DPI video but still trying to get my head around it all.) Am I doing something wrong? I'd like all my exports as 300DPI as this is what I'll upload to my website for purchasing, then photos go to the print lab. Any help is appreciated :-)

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