User-Selectable Resolution

In scanning, a function of scanner-control software that allows the user to scan at precise, user-determined resolutions—i.e., 221 ppi—as opposed to a limited, preset series of resolutions (i.e., 200 ppi, 300 ppi, etc.). See Scanning.

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