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Posted on 2013-06-18
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I would like to get an application that can edit a jpg file to fit (scale down) on an A4 page - can you please provide any solutions...the jpg file we have is too long to fit on an ordinary A4 page.

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Have you tried Irfanview?:

http://www.irfanview.com/ >
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You can do this directly in Windows Paint.

Open the image with Paint
Select Print -> Page setup
Set the page parameters:Using PaintPrint the result (I used BullZip pdf printer 'print as jpg')Result
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