Bill Regez

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  1. I understand how the resolution effects the image and printing quality. That really isn't my question if you refer back to my original post. I guess I'm not asking the question clearly so we can stop at this point. I think I'll purchase Photoshop Elements, that program makes more sense to me. I do appreciate everyone taking the time to try to explain it to me. It's me it's not you.
  2. I see that, and I'm already in inches, but I don't get it. Is there a video somewhere that shows my how to crop to specific inches vs pixels without losing my original resolution? . In Photoshop there was a crop tool and you could use with the option of inches or pixels. It was simple. Thanks for the help your trying to give me but I don't see it
  3. Under the resize drop down menu, if I check absolute size, put in 4 x 6 inches, the image gets distorted. If I check maintain the aspect ration I can't get the size I need. actually I don't want to resize the complete original image. I want to select the 4 x 6 portion of that image. I hope that all makes sense.
  4. How do I crop an image file to exact inches, vs pixels, while maintaining the original resolution. I know how to use the crop tool but I can't crop to inches. Crop first and then try to resize the image, that doesn't make any sense. I want to crop my images to standard print sizes like 4 x6 and 5 x 7. What am I doing wrong here, it shouldn't take 3 different actions.