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Inserted Picture Size

Postby Q2Fyb2x5bg » Fri, 16 Mar 2007 09:16:31 GMT

Two employees are inserting the same image into Word from the clipboard. One 
employee's picture takes up the entire page, the other employee's picture 
takes up about two-thirds of the page in Word. 

I would like the second employee's image to be displayed as an entire page. 
I have compared their settings under Tools>Options but both copies of Word 
seem to have the exact same page margins and settings.

If anyone has a suggestion, I would appreciate it. Thank you.


 
-- Carolyn

Re: Inserted Picture Size

Postby Jezebel » Fri, 16 Mar 2007 09:30:51 GMT

Go to Tools > Options. Click 'Web Options' on the General tab. Go to the 
Pictures tab. The default size of an imported graphic is the graphic 
resolution divided by the display resolution shown on this tab. (eg if the 
original is 10cm at 300 dpi, and Word is set to 96dpi, the picture will be 
displayed as 31.25cm (300 / 96 x 10).

You can adjust these settings; or more simply, right-click the graphic, 
select format, and set the size you want.










Re: Inserted Picture Size

Postby Q2Fyb2x5bg » Fri, 16 Mar 2007 09:49:05 GMT

Thanks for your response. I checked the Web Options>Pictures tab, and both 
employees' Word is set to Screen size 800 x 600, and Pixels per inch 96. 
Shouldn't they display the image the same way in Word?
 
-- Carolyn









Re: Inserted Picture Size

Postby Jezebel » Fri, 16 Mar 2007 10:20:13 GMT

One would expect so. But it's hardly an issue, since re-sizing is so easy.















Re: Inserted Picture Size

Postby Q2Fyb2x5bg » Sat, 17 Mar 2007 08:04:03 GMT

The reason it's creating a problem for us is that we are using a document 
imaging program, and we want to copy documents from this program into Word, 
using the clipboard. It's something that we will need to do frequently. The 
documents are several pages long, so each page copied into Word needs to be 
resized.

-- Carolyn













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