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Image Insert: Preferred graphics format | Blank spaces?

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I did a review on the Shotmaker (Harrison) and inserted some graphic images in the text.

 

I assembled the graphics in PowerPoint, and then saved them in *.JPG. They came out OK, but the resolution is a little grainy, especially on any text.

 

For the posting software we use, is there a preferred graphics format that works better than others? Also, is there a software website with tips for using it more effectively.

 

Also, when I inserted the image into the review text, the images had a couple inches of deadspace at the top and bottom. The images - when saved to *.JPG - had white space above and below on the page, or out to the side. Is there some way to eliminate the "dead space" above and below the images?

 

Thanks.

WUT

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http://thesandtrap.com/products/harrison-shotmaker-shaft-insert/reviews/4113

 

JPEG is fine. JPEG with a ton of white space made in PowerPoint might not be very good. As you said, they seem to be grainy and have a lot of whitespace.

 

The graininess isn't bad. If you can get rid of the white space and edit your review, I'd consider trying it.

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