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Corgi Currents is published three times per year: Spring,
Fall, and Winter. The opinions expressed in the newsletter
are not necessarily those of the CRPWCC, the CPWCC, the Corgi
Currents committee, or any other newsletter contributors. Corgi Currents accepts
no responsibility for errors in ads printed.
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ads prior to their publication, and reserves the right to
refuse any it considers inappropriate. In addition, the editors
of Corgi Currents reserve the right to edit any material
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Articles to Corgi Currents
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Electronic file:This is the most accurate method. You can submit a diskette
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body of the e-mail or as a file attached to the e-mail message).
If e-mailing a file, be sure your mail program does not compress
or convert attached files. Attach only one file per e-mail message.
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on the back of each item.
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Submitting Prints of Digital or Scanned Photos
We are very proud of the production quality of the Corgi Currents. Quite a bit of time and expense is spent on the
photos in each issue. Sometimes pictures that are printed from
an electronic file (digital photos or scanned images) can look "grainy" and
do not reproduce well. If you are submitting this type of picture
to the Currents, you can do several things
to improve the quality of the image.
Print on special "color photo" paper - available at
any office supply store, expensive but worth it.
Use a photo ink cartridge, if such is available for your printer
(follow package instructions).
Test the various quality/brightness/dpi settings for printer output
on your system, and use the one that provides the clearest and