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Photoshop 7 Croping

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Photoshop 7, trying to crop an image 10 x 8 what or the step to take. And print it as a 10 x 8. I need help.

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    I want crop an image in 5'' by 7'' ... how to do it..?

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Another possibility is that the picture is the right proportion, but the size is too big or small. To check this look at height and width in Image/Image size. If the picture is too big, just shrink it to the proper size by entering 7 and 10 inches. Make sure constrain proportions are resample image are checked. Also, resolution should preferably be 300 pixels/inch or more for a top quality photo. You can also use this method to enlarge your picture, but the resolution may suffer.

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I use photoshop 10 but i believe there is not much difference in cropping. What you do is select your crop tool, with it selected enter your dimensions in the W and H text boxes at the top. In the box you would type in the corresponding box; "5in" or "7in" without the quotes. When you have entered your dimensions your crop tool will draw a shaded box as you drag it on the workspace that will be presized to your entered dimensions.
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1) Open the picture in Photoshop, Click on the LASSO tool or press "L",84c084e.jpg


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7) now the final step is Open any cool background image which you wan to put in the background of your pictures, Open it in photoshop, press Ctrl+A(select all command) and paste in the new canvas, make sure to drag the background layer in bottom of all layers, and transform if you want to change its size using ctrl+T,
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Tadah!!!!

I have made it in hurry, so sorry for the rough edges in picture :)
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