The default dot density for exported GIF files is 96 dpi - necessary for screen display but not optimal for printing. Is there anywhere, internal or external to Maple 11, to monkey with the resolution to suit me? (Obviously, I can export GIF and then "alter" resolution in a third party package, but, hopefully obviously as well, this doesn't help as it is very lossy. I need to save the vector content directly to, say, a 200 dpi GIF image).
Also, wmf and eps format exportations are not good options for me either, as these two file export formats fail to reproduce the graph I see on my Maple document: layering gets scrambled, transparency settings are ignored or altered, etc.