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PAGE 1 of  4 HOW TO USE PHOTOSHOP TO COMPOSE YOUR PICTURE PART 1: RESIZE YOUR PICTURE SO IT IS SMALLER THAN YOUR 8.5” x 11” PRINTING PAPER 1. Open up one picture by dragging the digital file icon into the  Photoshop Icon at the bottom of your desktop.  2. Go under IMAGE along the top menu bar and then scroll down to  IMAGE SIZE. A window will pop up. Below here is an example of the  window that pops up when you click on IMAGE SIZE. The numbers in   the example below will not correspond  with what you will see on your  image. 3. Ignore the Pixel Dimensions at the top and look only at the   Document size . 4. For example, look under the DOCUMENT SIZE words in the  example above on this page and you can see that, in this case, the 
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image size is 4 inches x 5.333 inches and the resolution is 180 pixels  per inch. Page 2 of 4 HOW TO USE PHOTOSHOP TO COMPOSE YOUR PICTURE PART 1: RESIZE YOUR PICTURE SO IT IS SMALLER THAN YOUR 8.5” x 11” PRINTING PAPER 5. Find out the resolution in inches and the dimensions in inches of  YOUR image digital file that you have just opened. Write it down on a  piece of notepaper so you can refer to it later. 6. IMPORTANT! Now you will start the process to change the size of 
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