It is important to understand how resolution works, because resolution is a key concept in image design and printing. Following is a basic tutorial that explains what resolution is, and how it affects an image:
Several scanners are available in the Technology Learning and Media Center (Quentin Burdick Building (formerly the IACC) 150C) for use by students. A large format scanner is also on hand for tabloid-size scanning at high resolutions, with a scan area of 12x17 inches.
The scanners are most commonly used for:
- Scanning pictures
- Scanning text to Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) files for reading
- Scanning text to MS Word (.docx) files for editing
If you need help with scanning, please feel free to ask a TLMC Learning Assistant.
- Adobe Photoshop CS6 Tutorials ( from Adobe.com)
Working with Images in Microsoft Office Programs
The following tutorials are part of The LTS Online Help Collection, which has been developed by the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and is copyrighted by the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents. (Used with permission).