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Image sizing accuracy

Image sizing accuracy

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I have as of now 37 images that I have been working on.  They are on in .CPT format and I have to convert them to either .gif or .jpg, no problem there.  What my question is, is how do I take these .CPT files and make the size of the images exactely the same size?  i.e. all images W=560 and H=480 or so and they keep there integrity.  I have tried the Resample but I can not get all the images to the exacte same size and maintain there porportions.  Is there a way to edit the Width and Height while maintaining integrity of the image?

Bill

It's not a problem...It's just a Blood Pressure Monitor

RE: Image sizing accuracy

I hope this helps you

Import you CPT file in Corel Draw and select the image
Use the Property Bar to change the size of the image on the object size cell
It will maintain  the integrity and then export it to jpg or gif

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