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How to resize image in Microsoft Office Picture Manager?

07/20/2011 07:33 by JohnEverard

I want to resize the image in Microsoft Office Picture Manager. The image dimensions are 2018*2016. I want to resize to 100*100. But I don’t know how to resize. Can anyone show me the way?
First answer posted by JonLuu at 07/20/2011 07:35
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  • JonLuu
  • In MS Office Picture Manager there is a Menu option:
    Picture Menu - Resize
  • Was this answer helpful? 20 · 07/20/2011 07:35
  • JavyTechGuy
  • You can't do that without distorting the image. The ratio of height to width must be the same, other wise you need to crop.
    Image/Image size will do this if you uncheck the "Constrain proportions" box.
  • Was this answer helpful? 20 · 07/20/2011 07:35
  • KeithCorbin
    1. Before you resize the image, backup it in any case.
    2. On the Formatting toolbar, click Edit Pictures. 
    3. In the Edit Pictures task pane, Click Resize.
    4. Type the size 100*100
    5. After resize the image, save it.
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 12/14/2011 09:10
  • Kimplex
    1. Open the picture with MS picture manager
    2. click on edit pictures in the top tools bar then the image will come the center of the screen and to the right you will have the edit tools.. click on resize.. and then you will get the choices as
      • original size
      • predefined...
      • custom width...
      • percentage...
    3. select the radio button of custom width.. and then choose or type 100 in both the boxes, and then click ok
    4. click on file and save
    5. done
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 12/14/2011 09:20
  • NataliaPeterson
    1. Right click and select “Open with > “Microsoft office picture manager”
    2. Click on “Edit Pictures” button in the top. It will open a edit panel in the right hand side.
    3. select “resize”
    4. Custom width & Height. type 100*100
    5. Ok. and save the images
  • Was this answer helpful? 00 · 12/14/2011 09:20
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Microsoft Office Picture Manager

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Latest version:2003
License:Shareware
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