How to Scale Up a Drawing on a Printer

How to Scale Up a Drawing on a Printer

10/02/2023 Information 0

By default, Microsoft prints drawings based on their pixel size. For example, if a new logo drawing is 600 pixels wide, its printed form will be twice as wide as a similar 300-pixel file. You could scale up a small image file, increasing its pixel size and enlarging your printed output. You can also scale the drawing up during printing. This makes any image large enough to fill an entire printed sheet of paper.

1.Open the drawing using Windows Photo Viewer, the default Windows program for viewing several common image formats.

2.Click the “Print” drop-down menu and select “Print.”

3.Select “Full page photo” from layout pane on the right.

4.Check the box marked “Fit picture to frame” below the image preview.

5.Click “Print.”

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