|How to use these images:
These are thumbnail images, which means they each link
to a larger image. You can right click directly on the thumbnail image and
save the small size to your hard drive, or you can left click on the image
to go to a larger size picture, which you can then right click and save.
After you save the image to your hard drive, you can open and edit it in
any photo or paint program that can open JPG files, such as Adobe Photo
Deluxe, Paintshop Pro, Image Composer, etc.
Hovering your mouse over the thumbnail will give you
information about the products pictured in the grouping as well as the
size of the larger image it is linked to.
Any of these photos may be used on plain paper with
fairly good results (for printing your own business cards, flyers, etc),
but the more you shrink the picture the less satisfactory the resolution
will be on plain paper. You'll get best results (and your ink jet
cartridges will last longer) by using High Resolution paper or glossy
business card stock. Of course these are more expensive than the standard
plain paper or card stock but you decide on the trade-off. For flyers or
newsletters, High Resolution paper is an excellent choice, only slightly
more expensive than plain paper and your graphics will print much better.