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the easy way to resize is

image> resize (you will find the image tab across the top ot the PDN window)

but this could leave the image very pixelated if it wasnt scanned at a very high resolution

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lets go back to the resize tool- i think i know the problem your haveing there

when you go in, choose "by absolute size" (default)

uncheck the "maintain aspect ratio"

then go down and change "centimeters" to inches"

now in the boxes - erase the values there and input 4.00 and 6.00 respectively--- DO NOT just put 4 and 6- make sure you add the .00 to each one

seem to remeber that giving me a problem once

hopefully this will solve it

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If it's printing a big black area, then you should crop the image in Paint.NET so that it only contains the photograph, and not the surrounding black area. Otherwise the black area will be printed too.

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