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You should start by printing a test page with a few screenshots on it as they will appear in your final document. This will tell you if the images look good enough printed for your purposes. In general, as long as you don't scale your screenshots, they should look just about as good as they can on paper. If you do need to scale a screenshot (e.g. shrink it ...


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If you decide to use .png files in your document, it's fine, you could print some test pages to see the result, but remember that along with .jpg, these are raster images. This means that they have a fixed number of pixels and may (will) lose quality when changing resolution, such as zooming in. So you might want to use bigger resolutions, enough for ...


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A non-Latex solution A very fast solution is to convert the png file into eps format. It can be done easily using graphic software, for instance Inkscape. So, you only need to open the file in Inkscape and then SaveAs and select eps format. Now change the extension in the tex file from \includegraphics[width=0.8\textwidth]{tiger.png} to ...



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