Features & Guidance
Resizing a picture changes only the HTML tags (HTML tag: A text string used in HTML to identify a page element's type, format, and appearance. FrontPage automatically creates HTML tags to represent each element on a page.) that tell a Web browser how to display that picture. The graphics file itself is not changed, and neither is its size or its download time.
Note: To preserve the picture's current proportions, drag a corner handle. If you drag a side (top/bottom or left/right) handle, the picture will become distorted.
Resize Images by Specifying Pixel or Percent Values
Note: You can resample (Changing the pixel dimensions and therefore the physical file size of a picture or a graphic. Graphics can be resampled down (the number of pixels decreased) or resampled up (the number of pixels increased).) the picture according to its new size, which can provide improved clarity while increasing or decreasing the size of the graphics file.
To resample the picture, in the lower-right corner of the picture, click Picture Actions, and then click Resample Picture to Match Size.
By cropping a graphic, you can remove areas of the graphic that you don't want to use.
Last Modified: April 6, 2009