|Project Information: • Skill level: Basic • CorelR JascR Paint ShopTM ProR 9 • General tips|
There are many reasons for resizing an image. One of the most common reasons is to reduce an image to a smaller size for the web. In this tutorial I will show you two methods for reducing an image using JascR Paint ShopTM ProR 9. I will reduce a large image to the much smaller size of 150 pixels wide and 200 pixels high.
Step 1. Open the original image. Start by opening the original image into Paint Shop Pro. Click File > Open to open the Open dialog box. Navigate to the correct folder and click on the name of the file you wish to resize. In the example I am starting with the CD cover image for my Autumn Harvest Clipart Series. The image is 600 pixels wide and 600 pixels high and has a resolution of 200 ppi. (Example 1)
Note: If you do not know the size or resolution of your original image, click Image > Image Information.
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