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Excel when saving a spreadsheet with graphs

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Not really my field, but suspect the web HTML is rendering it like that? (or your publishing the .png with settings that making it lower res)

@media not print {  .overflowing {    cursor: zoom-out;  }  .shrinkToFit {    cursor: zoom-in;  }}@media print {  /* We must declare the image as a block element. If we stay as  an inline element, our parent LineBox will be inline too and  ignore the available height during reflow.  This is bad during printing, it means tall image frames won't know  the size of the paper and cannot break into continuations along  multiple pages. */  img {    display: block;  }}

Is the shrink to fit bit to blame I wonder?  but then the text is rendered fine so that makes no sense unless the image is being rendered but the text is already defined (which would make sense)

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I've changed the web options so it uses gif but it still down scales. Annoying. Fine when we had 56k modems but these days you can use higher res images.

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