If you are sending it to a cell phone then it depends on the cell phone settings.But if you e-mailed him\her then you can make some changes.Get back to me if you are E-mailing your friend.......
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The size of your print is a function of the software you use to edit and prepare your photo. If you just want to print the photo as is, the size is a function of the printer software. When you click print a box should open with some choices, including the choices for the photo. If you have the instruction manual for your printer, look for the page(s) that describe the photo printing options. Hope this helps.
First use a photo processing programme (like say Photoshop or PS Elements - or if you have not got that (can be expensive) get the free Faststone Image Viewer and size the image to twice the paper size you want, then use the crop tool to select half the image and save that as a file with a name where you can find it again. Do the same with the other half. You will now have two files, each half of the paper size. As they will have small borders, print and trim the borders, so you can then mount side by side to achieve what you want. I would advise to NOT try and print without borders - that can introduce other problems - just accept having to trim the small borders from normal printing.
when you hit print, the window comes up and lists the printers available. If your printer is highlighted, click on preferences and click on the "effects" tab and there is a box with a percentage of size. Increase the percentage, if it is too small at 100%, try to bump it up to 125% etc.
well there are limitations on the size of the photo you can send. but if it is small enough in your email client there should be a symbol that looks like a paperclip, click this and 'browse' for the file you want to send.
go to the printer perference or setting on your pc, there is option says scale to fit the page, click it , and some of printer allow you to select the paper size you are using. its simple problem its just driver setting issue.
You can use PhotoShop (or some other photo software) to re-size your photos for the internet. If you are sending a photo that is 700kb (for example), then it can be printed out on large scale. You can downsize it to about 45kb before you send it, by selecting "small size" and "low quality". Or, if you don't want to resize it, whoever is printing it on the other end can resize it for the printer, using their photo printer software.
Another option would be to shoot the photo in a smaller format. You can do that by pressing the FUNC button located on the back of the camera, then go to the last option at the bottom left of the function screen. You will be given the option of L, M1, M2, S. Select "S", and it will shoot smaller photo files.
Hi-light the photo or photos you want to send.
Select the drop down menu 'share'
You will be asked to select the size that you want to send, the larger the size the longer it will take to send.
Once you have selected the size then select compose and Mail will open with the photo(s) attached.
You can now add any text that you want and then send your email