Changing Image Size quickly

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DigiScrappers! This one’s for you. We all do it … once our page layout is done, we save several ‘versions’, right?

  1. Full-size, layered PSD file (300 ppi)
    This you keep just in case you need to make changes once the proofs are printed.
  2. Full-size JPG file (300 ppi)
    This is flattened and will be used for final printing. It must be printed on a square paper/book OR converted to an 8×10 canvas or a 12×18 canvas etc prior to being printed.
  3. Web-size JPG file (72 ppi)
    This file is for display in your online gallery(s)

So, you find yourself going to the Image>Resize>Image Size menu (Elements) or Edit>Image Size (CS) to change the ppi size right?  Well … see if these quick keys don’t speed things up for you just a bit!

CTRL+SHIFT+I

Likewise, if you ever need to expand your canvas beyond your current size,
CTRL+SHIFT+C

pops you into the Canvas Size dialog box!

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About Linda Jacobson

Wife, Mom, Grama, and Dreamer! I love all things crafty - sewing, pattern making/designing, quilting, knitting, crocheting, embroidery, digital photography, digital scrapbooking, ... see? I really DO love all things crafty! If I listed ALL the crafty things I've done this list would require an entire page!

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