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How do you find the pixel size of your image?

Steve Vancosin , Jun 21, 2000; 06:10 p.m.

<IMG SRC="http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/w2705/ws19.jpg" WIDTH="200" HEIGHT="250"> <P>I just guessed

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Andrew McLeod , Jun 22, 2000; 01:22 p.m.

Pixel size, a few ways:

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When scanning- pixel size = scanning dots per inch x image size

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when editing- go to resample the image, and select pixels from the size list box. Don't resample it, just cancel out.

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or file, document info.

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on screen:- measure the image, multiply by pixels on screen/monitor size.

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There you go.

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ANdy

Allan Engelhardt , Jun 24, 2000; 01:44 p.m.

<P> <IMG SRC="http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/w2705/ws19.jpg" WIDTH="300" HEIGHT="357" HSPACE="10" ALIGN="RIGHT"> The original image is 300&times;357 pixels. By specifying the <CODE>WIDTH</CODE> and <CODE>HEIGHT</CODE> attributes you force the browsers to re-scale your image. In this case you change the aspect ratio. See the image here for the un-changed size.</P>

<P>As for finding the size you can load the image into Netscape (or IE) and right-click to select 'View Info'. Select the image from the list of page elements (if you have loaded the <CODE>.jpg</CODE> file directly, then that is the only element) and Netscape will show you the size.</P>

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