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steve
Feb-02-2005 @ 3:13 PM                           Permalink
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can anyone tell me how i can print some of these pics ,as when i do go print them half a picture comes out,
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steve and vicky

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Feb-02-2005 @ 4:58 PM                           Permalink
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one way, at least in internet explorer is than rather than hitting the print icon, go to FILE, PRINT PREVIEW, then you can adjust the layout (probably to landscape) and the size.

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Hi.. Steve & Vicky
I’ve always just…. RIGHT CLICK on the image.
On the dropdown LEFT CLICK… COPY.
Then PASTE as new image in whatever photo-editing suite you have.
You can then play around (crop, duplicate, invert, mask, desaturate, sharpen) with the image.
For best print quality save the image as TIF  


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I agree with Derek, however, if the original photo was only a small JPG, then you aren't going to get super quality, whatever format you save it in - this isn't CSI (private joke, sorry if no-one understands it - they manage to blow-up TV pictures and read registration numbers from miles away - I could do with that to read the registration numbers in the catalogues Evil Grin  )


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