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My Photoshop image size is stuck

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I worked in my Photoshop CS4 for two years, happily resizing images and fitting them into whatever web page I needed to.

Then, a couple of weeks ago I must have done something to the settings for the entire program, because now every image comes in with whatever image size it is, and I can't change it in Photoshop. When I open the Image Size window, the pixels are displayed at the top as a non-changeable number.

Does anyone know how I can fix this?
It's definitely cramping my style.

Thanks in advance,
Fran
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In the image size dialogue box check if resample image is ticked down the bottom ...if it's not then it will do what your describing.
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