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Image sizes in Word 2000

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by gouster, Mar 3, 2005.

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    I'm having a problem with image sizes imported into Word 2000....

    Some time ago I created a website using Word 97. One of the pages showed a number of images all sized at 150 x 150 pixels which I had imported into a table. The original images had been scanned (at 300 dpi) or copied before being resized via Paint Shop Pro.

    I recently upgraded to Word 2000 and attempted to update the relevant image page. However, as I inserted new images into the cells they appeared much smaller than the others even though PSP shows them as being 150 x 150 dpi.

    I then reinstalled Word 97 and tried to insert the images into a normal Word document but got the same results. One or two images that I had increased from 140 x 140 dpi appeared bigger than the others.

    I have tried resampling and resizing in PSP versions 4 and 7 but this makes no difference. However, I did notice that the original images on the website show a resolution of 72 dpi.

    My operating system is Windows XP and, as far as I know, nothing else has changed apart from upgrading to Word 2000.

    Please help!

    Chris
     
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