Friday, 8 February 2013

Just Inklined resizing and printing multiple images Tutorial

Jak x

Update

This was in the comment box and I thought for those a little more adventurous you would like to know this too.  Thanks Sally-Ann

BloggerSally-Ann said...

Thanks Jak. You can also click on the image and then go to the menu at the top of your menu bar - PICTURE TOOLS and by clicking this it will show you exactly how big your image is - shown under SIZE (Often at the end of your menu bar depending how you have customised your Word set up).
Secondly you can also highlight your image by clicking it, and then click on PICTURE TOOLS find WRAP TEXT then click SQUARE in the drop down box and you can move your image anywhere on the page and it will stay there.

6 comments:

Maryann said...

I´m sooo glad to see, that you´re doing this this way too. I´ve always done it this way, and always been told, I did it wrong, but as I use to say to people then, as long as it works for me, I´m fine with it he he he, but it´ll be good to say next time, that I AM right even the known designers do it this way ha ha ha.
Have a wonderful week-end Jak, you just made my day here now thanks sooo much for that.

Joyce said...

That is absolutely brilliant Jak ... mine have always been 'hit and miss' so thank you so much! Have a lovely weekend! xx

Sandra H said...

Great tutorial thank you for sharing this x

christi said...

thanks for sharing. one other question, what kind of ink do you use , just the regular printer or is there a special one that doesn't smear. i have an inkjet not laser. thanks.

Sally-Ann said...

Thanks Jak. You can also click on the image and then go to the menu at the top of your menu bar - PICTURE TOOLS and by clicking this it will show you exactly how big your image is - shown under SIZE (Often at the end of your menu bar depending how you have customised your Word set up).
Secondly you can also highlight your image by clicking it, and then click on PICTURE TOOLS find WRAP TEXT then click SQUARE in the drop down box and you can move your image anywhere on the page and it will stay there.

melanie said...

Just watch video thanks Melanie