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Old 12-16-2009, 04:10 AM   #1
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Standard lpi - cpi ratio when printing.


Hello, is there some standard values for cpi and lpi when printing? For instance there are pica=(cpi=12) elite=(cpi=10). But what about "compressed"?
 
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There are too many variables to answer the question; even "average" values will vary from organisation to organisation, user to user, document type to document type and time to time.
 
  


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