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Can you enlarge the photo while viewing in reader?

Some photos need to be enlarged for viewing. I would like to enlarge before going through the process of importing.

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    Donald Chilcote Dec 28, 2016

    I am trying to enlarge photos using a Smartphone SD Card Camera Reader, before importing.

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open the picture using windows explorer, choose print from there and you will be given options on the size of the picture that you want to print.

I hope this helps

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SOURCE: I'm trying to enlarge a scanned photo, then print it on my Epson

Hi, scan at around 350dpi, save the image file as a jped and then import it into word or other program that will accept jpegs and you can make the image as big as you want up to A4 or letter size (depending on the paper size you use

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SOURCE: how to get enlarge photo copy.i want enlarge form of my id card

go to reduction and enlargement setting and select enlarge it should indicate incriments going up

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