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Old Dec 09, 2002, 11:21 AM
.S.O.N.Y.0.0.7. .S.O.N.Y.0.0.7. is offline
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program to use to for printing out the exact size of a picture you want?
Cause i've got Photoshop 6 but i'm not that good on it, infact i'm crap on it but if I needed to print out a dvd cover that is the program I use, but every time I change the height of the picture I want the width changes so I never got it exactly (so it fits in the case nice and tight) I know it can be done with photoshop and I would'nt mind knowing how but is there another program which lets you put in say :Height 18.508 width 27.186 and it will just print that size you asked for without having to go into the settings and stuff
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Old Dec 09, 2002, 11:39 AM
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Do a search for "multicoverprint" and download that. Works great !!
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Old Dec 09, 2002, 11:40 AM
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well if its dvd covers you want to print you can get multi cover print its free
and has a standard dvd template.

***********.alien-aus.com/software/mcp1.shtml

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just beat me there tophope
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Old Dec 09, 2002, 01:47 PM
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cheers guys.
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Old Dec 09, 2002, 02:23 PM
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You'r probably better off using the program sugested above but if you still want to change an image size in Photoshop click on image on the menue bar then click on Image Size.... in the options box that opens untick "Constrain Proportions" you will then be able to adjust the hight or width individually.
This is for PhotoShop 7 but I think you'll find PhotoShop 6 is the same.
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Old Dec 09, 2002, 02:27 PM
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or use coverpro, or others found at ***********.cdcovers.cc
i believe i listed one or two as well on my site, but it could be ziplabel too instead

[url=********users.skynet.be/kingnero/][img]********users.skynet.be/kingnero/leftstart/kn.jpg[/img]
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