In this how to video, you will learn how to re-size an image for printing using Photoshop. First, open the image you want to re-size in the program. Next, go to image and select image size. From here, you will see the current size of the image. You can change the units of the sizing. The resolution is the number of dots printed per inch. De-select re-sample to change the resolution of the image only when printing. 300 is the standard resolution. When you re-size the image, make sure constrain proportions is checked. This will not allow to be distorted by editing only the height or width by itself. Once you are done changing the size, click okay to complete the change. You have now re-sized an image using Photoshop.
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