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simple image selection question

Posted on 2002-05-07
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I have no background on working with images. What I need to do is pretty simple:
Say I have one image that's 200*100, I want to copy from 45*45 to 75*75 for example. I know I can do it by hand, but it's not as accurate, and takes a lot of time.

How can I do it with PhotoShop? (or some other shareware program)
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Sure, with the rectangular marquee selected look at your options bar. Use the popup menu to select set size. Then enter the dimensions in the resulting boxes. Click on the canvas and itll make an auto selection.
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