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I make a sheet of 8 1/2 by 11 plain and simple.  I want to drag and drop a picture onto the new sheet and when I do the image gets a lot smaller, what's going on?  
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your document aspect ratio is higher than the image which is 72 dpi.

a new document with the size you mentioned is default to have 300dpi

try creating new document with the same sze and reduce the resolution to 72 before hitting ok button
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