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When I drag a 4x5 photo on to an 8x10 page, the 4x5 becomes much larger than 4x5.

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Try using cut n paste. or copy n paste

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I have a photo that is 5164x2905 dimensions, 5164 pixels width, 2905 pixels in height and I am trying to resize to 8x10 photo. I don't know what to change those numbers too to equal an 8x10??


Hi Brittany,
The Term "Pixels" in Digital Photography refers to the Resolution of the picture meaning how sharp,crisp or clear the picture is.
As far as resizing it, take it to a photo shop ( Walgreens, CVS, K-mart, Walmart, etc...) and tell them you want an 8X10 & they will print it for you.
Also if you want lower resolution pictures, you can go to Settings on your phone to adjust it. The higher the resolution the better the pictures look but the more memory they use on the phone.
Here is a link to your phone manual:
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Will the hp photosmart printer use 8x10 photo paper?


You will have to check the equipment driver itself. While attempting to print, try changing the page size (go to page setup). This will give you an idea.

Sep 07, 2014 | HP PHOTOSMART 7520 E-ALL-IN-ONE

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Scanning photos only scans half a page


You might need to change the scanning area in your OCR software. It could be a drop down menu where you choose a particular size (letter, legal, etc. OR 4x5, 8x11, etc.), or it could be a GUI where you drag the edges of a box to make the scanning area bigger/smaller.

Or it could be like ABBYY/Omnipage, where you can do either within the same window.

Dec 16, 2009 | Kodak Office Equipment & Supplies

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I can't get my X5070 printer to print normal size photos. It will print 8X10 but not the 4x6 size photo.


Have you correctly set the page size to 4 X 6?

Are you using the printer in stand-alone mode or are you printing from an application?

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Oct 26, 2009 | Lexmark X5070 ALL-IN-ONE InkJet Printer

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Kodak easyshare printer dock 3 prints only the bottom half ?


maybe the settings are set to print a picture on paper that's twice as big as the paper you'r eusing? like, if the settings are set for 8x10 paper and you're using 4x5...
that's just my guess.

Aug 04, 2009 | Kodak EasyShare Color Photo Printer Dock

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Settings for printing a borderless 8x10 on a canon i9900


Downloaded following program for Vista and was able to print borderless pictures on Canoni9900

Easy-PhotoPrint EX Ver.2.0.3 (Windows Vista/Vista64/XP/2000)
http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=SupportDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=232&modelid=9870#DownloadDetailAct

Mar 02, 2009 | Canon i9900 InkJet Photo Printer

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Digital Picture Frame Shows Black Bars


The nature of 16:9 basically means that you will be losing photo information in normally framed 4x5/5x7 photos. There is no way to fix this because the frame size of 16:9 is wider than 4x5/5x7. The options the frame offers are the only options to make your photos fit. Either crop, or distort.

The best solution is to keep this in mind when taking photos from now on and assume you will be cropping the top and bottom of the image.

As for the photos you have already taken, the only viable tactic to take is to reframe them for 16:9 yourself. You can download a free photo editing application like "GIMP" to do this. Create a new project that is 800x450 pixels. This will give you a 16:9 canvas. Next drag your existing photos into this canvas and move it around and resize it until you find a suitable framing for your picture.

Unfortunately it seems that as 16:9 solidifies itself as the new screen standard people are finding that shooting photos framed for 4:3 or in portrait dimensions are not translating well to this new standard. You may even want to consider returning this frame and looking for a 4:3 aspect ratio frame if cropping/resizing is not acceptable for you. Good luck!

Jan 03, 2009 | PANDIGITAL (DPF802) Digital Picture Frame

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Easyshare 5100 not printing on correct side of paper


Load a single 8x10 page and press Copy + Cancel until the printer feeds the paper. It will spit it out blank. Try printing another photo. Make sure Kodak logo faces up when you load it

Jul 12, 2008 | Kodak EASYSHARE 5100 All-In-One Printer

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Print out snapshot-sized pics...


lets start with resolution. 640x480@ 72dpi is 8.8in X 6.6in when you change that to your printer resloution (300 dpi) it becomes a 2.1inX1.6 in print. if you want a 4x5 image @300 dpi shoot the TIF 1200x1600 (actually it is a 1200X1500 for 4x5 proportion)

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