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I have 100's of question and answer's in the form of images. Some has a lot of text and some has few. I have windows 7, office 2010 and pbrush. My question is what i do so that i can make those image size big and readable and then print it out. Right now when i just print it, its very small around size 8 and hard to read.

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by:viki2000
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When you say big, you did not say how big.
Do you need a certain dimension? A standard format? A4? A3? Other dimension in pixels?

The picture that you provided above is big enough for me to be readable.
It has around 22.57cm x 13.31cm or 853x539 pixels with 96 pixels/inch resolution.
I can print it nice on A4 paper and is easy to be read.
Maybe you mess up the printing settings.
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by:mustish1
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is it possible this image will print on the whole page?
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by:mustish1
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If i go and drag this image all over the page, it will take hours as i have 100's of them. Any option which says fit to page or any other easy small software specially made for images.
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Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016 earned 1000 total points
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You can do it via batch processing in IrfanView with the resize feature. First, click File>Batch Conversion/Rename, which brings up this dialog:

IrfanView batch conversion
You can add your hundreds of files with a few mouse clicks. You may want to tick the "Batch conversion - Rename result files" radio button so that it doesn't modify your original files, which it will do if you have the "Overwrite existing files" box ticked in the dialog below (or specify a different output directory to avoid the problem entirely).

Then click the Advanced button, which brings up this dialog:

IrfanView resize
Select the RESIZE option. Set the long side to 11 inches (or whatever page size you want) and tick the "Preserve aspect ratio" box so that your images stay proportional. Click OK to return to the Batch Conversion dialog and click the Start Batch button — that should do it! Regards, Joe
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by:viki2000
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If I take your image and I say Print in Windows, there is the option "Fit to Page".
Then you do not need to resize the images.
Open the image with Windows Photo Viewer, then Print in second tab and uncheck Fit picture to frame and select Full page photo on the right side.
You can do a batch print.
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016
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Following up on the comment above, my first thought had been to suggest printing with a fit-to-page option, such as in Microsoft Office Picture Manager, but then I noticed your comment also said "make those image size big and readable", so I assumed that printing isn't your only concern — that you actually want to create larger images (and then print them). Regards, Joe
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by:mustish1
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Yes I want to print it but I need it readable. When the software shrinks it to fit the page the font is just too small to read.
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016
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> When the software shrinks it to fit the page

Does it need shrinking (decreasing size) or stretching (increasing size) to fit on a page?

Do you consider the example in your first post as "too small to read"?
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by:mustish1
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Basically I want the words to be font size 14. If possible but when it fits to page it just too small to read.
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016
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You said that the documents are images. So there's no notion of font size — fonts apply to text. Sure, you can make the images look as if the text in them is 14 point when printed on a Letter size (or A4) piece of paper, but that would be done by adjusting the size of the images. If the text is too small to read when a single image is fit to Letter/A4 paper, then you'll need to split the images.

Another approach is to OCR the images, and then you'll actually have text so that you really can increase the font size, but OCR is not likely to do very well on images that are like the example in your first post. You would be left with a lot of manual corrections to do — or with a lot of incorrect formulas.

The image in your first post is readable, imo, when printed on Letter/A4 paper. Please post an example of an image that is not readable when printed on Letter size paper.
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I just can't read them when i print them.
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016
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I'm not aware of anything that you can do in an automated fashion with an image like that. The lines at the top are too long, and there's no easy way to cut them up into smaller pieces.

You could OCR them in an automated process, but you'd be left with a ton of OCR errors.

I'd love to be proven wrong on this, but it seems to me that what you're trying to accomplish isn't possible. Regards, Joe
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by:mustish1
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Thank You.
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016
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You're welcome. Happy to help.
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OCR also helps. I still have to do some work because of big size data sheets some times attached with the questions. I thought i may do this with just on one click and the text in the image will go bigger on paper but what I am trying to accomplish i guess its not possible.
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016
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Correct! It is not possible to increase the text size in an image and have it flow onto subsequent pages, as would happen when you increase the font size of text in Word.
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by:viki2000
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What you could do, thinking at 100 pictures, is to use a OCR batch convert to Word.
Along the years I have tried many OCR programs. One of the best that I consider is Abby Fine Reader.
You may try it for 30 days.
You just import all 100 pictures at once, you select the desired output folder, the format as Word maintaining the same arrangement in page as original picture and in less than 15-20min you have your Word file with 100 pages where you can increase the font. But even that is not an easy job, how to deal with 100 pages in a Word file, each having different number of words, different arrangement in page, different frame size as a result of OCR maintaining original format in page, unless you take one page at the time, arrange it as you like and then print it. So you need some hours to play around. It is not a job of 1 click, 10min.
Here is Abby in case you want to play around:
https://www.abbyy.com/finereader/professional/trial/
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016
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OCR is not going to work well if all the images are like the two that mustish1 posted above. I ran both images through ABBYY FineReader Pro and Nuance OmniPage Ultimate (both are excellent OCR products). Results were terrible. It would be an enormous amount of work to clean up the OCR errors on hundreds of images like those.
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Thanks guys when we go old some parts are worn out. My son can see the image easily but its just hard for me to read.
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