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  1. B-17engineer

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    How can I resize pictures on Microsoft paint. I went to Imange -> attributes and clicked on inches and went to resize and it cut the image in half. How can I make the whole picture smaller ?

    Thanks so much,

    Harrison
     
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    What should I download? I see so many downloads.
     
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    They all link to the file, just use the top one.

    It is if you want a Photoshop replacement, if you don't and just need to resize Irfanview works just as well.
     
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    I went to the file and it just tells me what it changes.... where's the download button. I'll keep looking

    Edit: I'm an idiot I see it.
     
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    A big thank you to Gnomey !
     
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    You don't have to download anything to resize pictures in microsoft paint. Just click on the button Image and then click the button Stretch/Skew.

    You change it by percent (50%, 75% ,etc). Just make sure that if you change one side by 50% you change the other side by 50%. If you change them by two different percents, the picture will become distorted.
     
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    Alright thanks a lot Adler!
     
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