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    Image Size (6.0)

    Working on some photo restorations for a niece, I wanted to send her some low res .jpg copies, so she could tell me what she wanted done with the photos. I had originally scanned the photos as 300 ppi .TIFF's; & I opened them in Photoshop & created the .jpg copies at 72 ppi. I attached the .jpg's to an e-mail (OE); & opened them, just to make sure they were in real-size for her to have a point of reference. Of course, they open in IE...but they're smaller than real-size.

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    How do I set the res in IE so that the photos will display (& print) in real-size, or set the res in OE, so that I can insert the photos directly into the body of the e-mail?

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    Re: Image Size (6.0)

    Within IE, go to Tools, Internet Options, and then the Advance tab. Scroll dow to "Enable Automatic Image Resizing" and clear the check mark.

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    Re: Image Size (6.0)

    I thought that in the absence of special coding, the browser always displayed "actual pixels," not a specific size of image. Printing, on the other hand, depends on the software doing the printing. I've read that browsers generally will interpolate images to 96ppi for printing, and the printer driver will then interpolate that to whatever the printer wants, maybe 300dpi. This probably is good enough for thumbnails, but if photo quality is important, there are programs like Qimage that are said to do magical things.

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    Re: Image Size (6.0)

    Qimage
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    Re: Image Size (6.0)

    Thanks all,

    Resampling to 96 ppi worked (as did unchecking Auto Image Resizing.)

    Thanks again,

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