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filmscanners: pixels, printer dots, etc

Ok, I have I think I simple question, stemming out of my study of
Wayne Fulton's scanning tips.  Just getting clear, so forgive me if
it's a stupid question. 

On page 67 of that book he shows a tiny 32 pixel image scaled to 5
dpi.  It's printed as a 6.4 inch graphic with pixels that are,
obviously, 1/5 inch in size.  My question is, what does this say about
print resolution?  The printer is obviously using a certain number of
dots to produce one pixel.  Is this number of dots specified simply by
selecting the print resolution in the printer driver menu?  


Ken Durling

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