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Hi Michael,

> if you open the file as text there are
> neither dots nor pixels...

It's what the file represents, in this case, an image comprised of pixels,
that is important, and I believe the types of files we are talking about
here are pixel based.  If you use a hammer as a paperweight, is it still a
hammer?

> There are countless ways of saving your image in dots using
> photoshop, the easiest being to save it as a halftone, which of course
> brings in lpi, but the image described definitely comprises dots.

Of course, you can convert the image to something that is "dot" based, and
then save it.  I thought you meant that there was a "dots" option in PS
somewhere for saving a typical grayscale or RGB image file.  Sorry, my
misunderstanding.

Regards,

Austin

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