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My OS is win 7 prof 64 bit and I am using Adobe's photoshop CS.  I am trying to resize a graphics image on my document,  But I wish to make sure that I retain it aspect ratio when I do it so that it will not look distorted or weird.  Can the expert please guide me how this is done.  Thank u.
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Go to Image, then Image Size and change either the width or the height. By default, assuming the tick box for 'Constrain Proportions' is ticked, the aspect ratio will be retained.
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Well done guswebb, it is apparent that u are truly an expert in Photoshop.  Gave the solution in just 2 lines.  Thank u.
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The shortcut is to hold down the Alt Gr key (right of the spacebar) and Press I

Alt Gr + I

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