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In Mspaint when copied a small piece of image the white portion is for the default height & Width, How can i reduce that to the size of the image.

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In Mspaint when copied a small piece of image the white portion is for the default height & Width, How can i reduce that to the size of the image.

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sharath
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On the bottom and right edges of the white area, you will see a small black dot in the center of the edge. Hover over that, and you can drag the white edge up or left to reduce the over all size of the "paper".
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Ok ... I have been doing that but any button click ways...
As i need to take that way into a script...
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OK, well you didn't say that. I don't know of any command to set the paper size in mspaint. The only way that I know of is to manually move it. I didn't know you could script things in paint either.
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Thank You...
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