Images to be printed should have 300 dpi (dots per inch) or more for a better quality. But you may be confused or wondering why you got a 72 dpi image from Easy Offline Wizard.
The reason why we get a 72dpi is due to a software constraint in Easy Offline Wizard. By default the software outputs this setting for the designs you download.
Is 72 DPI good enough for print?
Yes. In fact it has the same quality as a 300 dpi image, the only difference is in the dimensions and resolution.
For instance, let's say we are working on a business card which dimension is 3.75 x 2.25 inches(with bleeds), with a of 300 dpi - making its pixel dimensions to 1125 x 675 pixels.
After downloading the image from Easy Offline Wizard and opening it with Gimp or Photoshop we will notice that we got a 72 dpi resolution and image dimensions of 15.625 x 9.375 inches. Still the good thing is that we still got the same pixel dimensions - 1125 x 657 pixels.
Example of the Image Setting (Business cards)
Ideal image setting: 3.75 x 2.25 inches in 300 dpi, 1125 x 657 pixels
Offline Wizard setting: 15.625 x 9.375 inches in 72 dpi, 1125 x 657 pixels
As you may notice, only the DPI and document sizes vary but the pixel dimensions remain the same. This means technically that the quality has not changed.