One quick thing to add, if I print and select fine quality and pick all the highest options, it's a BIT better, enough I could probably present it to a customer but really would rather not as it's still blurry. Again in Excel we print normally and never have to pick fine or anything like that. Seems like FileMaker generates really low quality output maybe?
Have you tried changing the resolution? Most images for print need to be set to at least 300dpi.
It sounds to me as if you may be printing a thumbnail. Try changing the thumbnail settings and see if that makes any difference (Manage > Containers > Thumbnails).
The image was set to 200ppi but again prints fine in Excel and elsewhere.
I set it to 300 and it helped a bit, enough that it's like 95% there but
slightly off still. However an hour later, it's printing normally again.
Getting tired of this as this keeps happening, FileMaker just decides it
wants to make fonts or images look one way for awhile then reverts. Does
it to all users as well as it was doing it to myself and a colleague
earlier, we gave up went to lunch came back, prints perfectly on all
Which printer you are using for print the output layout?
If its HP, follow the steps:-
- Click "Preview" in your Print Layout.
- Click "Print Setup" in Menu Bar & Select "Printer" Then "Properties"
- Go to "Finishing" Tab, Select "Print Quality" Field, Choose "ProRes 1200"
Thats all !
Else try to increase the Dimension(ppi) in your Printer Settings!