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SuziKatz says:
Resizing images in digital kits
I recently downloaded a free digikit, and all of the elements were at 33" wide. I have Photoshop, but it won't allow me to save them as PNG files, so I did some researching and found one that works great! It's called "FastStone Photo Resizer". I just used it, brought the entire folder of all of the papers, frames, elements in, set my re-size to 15% (which made them about 5" wide), and it re-sized them all.
Here's the link for more information:
http://www.faststone.org/FSResizerDetail.htm
Nov 22, 2012
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Grandma M says:
Now that is a good tip - I get fed up of bringing in elements into my page that are massive - In the past I have re-sized them one at a time so this would be a big help xx
Nov 22, 2012
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LavenderSkies says:
Ouch!!! Im guilty of this but making big elements enables people to have them large in their scraps, you can make elements smaller but you cannot stretch them.
Nov 22, 2012
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LavenderSkies says:
Also, if you create a page for printing in 300 Dpi, you will find the elements much smaller.
Nov 22, 2012
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Grandma M says:
Suzi, downloaded this programme after seeing your comment and It's brilliant and I also now recommend it to any one fed up of massive elements in kits xx
Dec 3, 2012
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Xguern66 says:
Ok - I have never had a problem - if the elements are small I make them bigger and vice- a - versa and they are always just fine. I use Photoshop Elements.
Dec 4, 2012
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7of7design aka ScrapyMatante says:
Hello
thanks for the name of the program it looks like a "time saver".
Mar 7, 2013
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