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How to resize image with Office Picture Manager

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Hello,

I need an image (JPG) with 142 pixels X 177 pixels.  I am using 2010 Office Picture Manager  and when I resize with custom width x height, the new size is 126 X 177.  What can I do to get the size that I need?

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Dan Craciun earned 500 total points
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Assuming your initial image was 1260 X 1770 px, you would first resize to 142 X 200px, and then trim from top/bottom/both 23 px.
Otherwise your new image would be deformed.

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Dan
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by:Santosh Gupta
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Hi PBIT,

see the attached file.
resize-image-manager.pdf
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