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Old 14th July 2013, 11:41 PM   #1
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Hi All,

If I put three photo images (or boxes or frames) into my site, how can I make them all exactly the same size? Is there a way to set specific dimensions for an image? Is there a way to select several images and make them all the same dimensions?

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Default Re: How to make multiple images the same size

Use the "Transform" tab.
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Hi All,

If I put three photo images (or boxes or frames) into my site, how can I make them all exactly the same size? Is there a way to set specific dimensions for an image? Is there a way to select several images and make them all the same dimensions?

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Make one image the ideal size, then select all the other images and select the ideal image last. The right-click, Arrange, Size Objects, check both and click OK.
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Default Re: How to make multiple images the same size

Or, use that "Replicate" function.

Get one set up and then Replicate it in rows and columns as you choose.
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Thank you Bob and Naz! Very helpful!
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Add a picture frame (Insert > Picture > Empty Frame) to the pages, style it to your heart's content. Select it and Edit > Replicate. See help button on all the Replicate options.

Once all the picture frames are on the page, double click and select the picture to be displayed.

Replicate is a very powerful and easy to use tool
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