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For the best image quality, you should start with a large raw file and size it down to the dimensions and resolution that are appropriate for your project. Print projects typically need a higher resolution at 300 ppi (pixels per inch) or more, while a good resolution for a website or digital display such as a monitor screen is around 72 ppi or more.
In this case, Product Sub-category is a column in Sample Superstore, and one of its members is Tables. The X endpoint is 100, and the Y endpoint is 50 because that is the scale for the background image.
The coordinates appear on the background image as a callout. You can move a callout to a location where it shows up better; just click and drag it. You can also resize the callout by dragging one of the size handles. You can move a coordinate point to a new location by clicking and dragging the arrowhead; the coordinates in the callout change to reflect the new location.
Created by one of the producers of The Office, SUPERSTORE is a workplace comedy about the employees at a big-box store. The characters doing time in blue vests include naive new hire Jonah (Ben Feldman of Mad Men), jaded veteran Amy (America Ferrera), clueless supervisor Glenn (Mark McKinney), and overeager manager Dina (Laura Ash). Their customers may be cranky and weird and the store policies inexplicable, but when all's said and done, the superstore turns out to be a kind of home, and the people who work in it are a reluctant found family -- or as dysfunctional and unavoidable as family, anyway. Underlying the comedy are stories about people trying to do their best amid challenging circumstances and coming together when things get tough.
Traditional supermarkets in many countries face intense competition from discounters such as Wal-Mart, Aldi and Lidl, which typically is non-union and operates with better buying power. Other competition exists from warehouse clubs such as Costco that offer savings to customers buying in bulk quantities. Superstores, such as those operated by Wal-Mart and Asda, often offer a wide range of goods and services in addition to foods. In Australia, Aldi, Woolworths and Coles are the major players running the industry with fierce competition among all the three. The rising market share of Aldi has forced the other two to cut prices and increase their private label product ranges. The proliferation of such warehouse and superstores has contributed to the continuing disappearance of smaller, local grocery stores; increased dependence on the automobile; suburban sprawl because of the necessity for large floor space and increased vehicular traffic. For example, in 2009 51% of Wal-Mart's $251 billion domestic sales were recorded from grocery goods. Some critics consider the chains' common practice of selling loss leaders to be anti-competitive. They are also wary of the negotiating power that large, often multinationals have with suppliers around the world.
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