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I was wondering what I could use on my Mac that comes standard with the computer to resize images. A few years ago I had a windows computer and I would use Microsoft Paint. Anything similar?
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I tried that, but when I try and print it prints out the image the same size as before.
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Use the Scale function from the print screen to set the percentage of orignal size you want.

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Thanks bobtomay! Worked like a charm.
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