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Print,

Is usually 300dpi and CMYK.

You can also use 360dpi, 720dpi, 1440dpi and 2880dpi.

As for format, I would recommend EPS or TIFF

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if i give resolution more than 300 dpi it's goes to streched
so i confused on resolution

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Unless you're printing something with special equipment, or for a special purpose, 300dpi is usually sufficient for almost any use. I find much more really just increases file size, and the image sizing confuses me too. I don't know enough to really explain the hows and whys. But if you google printing resolution dpi explained, you'll find some useful info.

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