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Posted 12/30/2012 by mizzbzb in Digital Scrapbooking
 

mizzbzb
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Posted: 12/30/2012 5:45:10 PM
I recently got PSE 10 which I love. I purchased Jessica Sprague's Photoshop Technique Tutorials which has been really helping with learning PSE. However, I must have done something because my layers are opening really small and when I try to enlarge them they dont get to be as big as they were originally. Is there a way to fix this? Thanks!



scrapincin
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Posted: 12/30/2012 5:52:44 PM
I am thinking you mean the thumbnails in the Layers palette??? If so at the top of the pallete to the right of the layer, effects tabs is a drop down Click on it and scroll down to panel options. A box wwill come up and you can choose which size you want. If that is not what you mean let us know.

If you mean the objects in your photo bin when you drag them onto your work screen, the pixels maybe different then the document you are working with. They need to be the same size. You can resize them by going to the image drop down.


Hugs, Cindy

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scrapincin
AncestralPea

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Posted: 12/30/2012 5:52:45 PM
I am thinking you mean the thumbnails in the Layers palette??? If so at the top of the pallete to the right of the layer, effects tabs is a drop down Click on it and scroll down to panel options. A box wwill come up and you can choose which size you want. If that is not what you mean let us know.

If you mean the objects in your photo bin when you drag them onto your work screen, the pixels maybe different then the document you are working with. They need to be the same size. You can resize them by going to the image drop down.


Hugs, Cindy

Visit my blog at http://grammashappyplace.blogspot.com/




scrapincin
AncestralPea

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Posted: 12/30/2012 5:53:01 PM
I am thinking you mean the thumbnails in the Layers palette??? If so at the top of the pallete to the right of the layer, effects tabs is a drop down Click on it and scroll down to panel options. A box wwill come up and you can choose which size you want. If that is not what you mean let us know.

If you mean the objects in your photo bin when you drag them onto your work screen, the pixels maybe different then the document you are working with. They need to be the same size. You can resize them by going to the image drop down.


Hugs, Cindy

Visit my blog at http://grammashappyplace.blogspot.com/




scrapincin
AncestralPea

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Posted: 12/30/2012 5:53:14 PM
I am thinking you mean the thumbnails in the Layers palette??? If so at the top of the pallete to the right of the layer, effects tabs is a drop down Click on it and scroll down to panel options. A box wwill come up and you can choose which size you want. If that is not what you mean let us know.

If you mean the objects in your photo bin when you drag them onto your work screen, the pixels maybe different then the document you are working with. They need to be the same size. You can resize them by going to the image drop down.


Hugs, Cindy

Visit my blog at http://grammashappyplace.blogspot.com/




scrapincin
AncestralPea

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Posted: 12/30/2012 5:53:15 PM
I am thinking you mean the thumbnails in the Layers palette??? If so at the top of the pallete to the right of the layer, effects tabs is a drop down Click on it and scroll down to panel options. A box wwill come up and you can choose which size you want. If that is not what you mean let us know.

If you mean the objects in your photo bin when you drag them onto your work screen, the pixels maybe different then the document you are working with. They need to be the same size. You can resize them by going to the image drop down.


Hugs, Cindy

Visit my blog at http://grammashappyplace.blogspot.com/




scrapincin
AncestralPea

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April 2009
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Posted: 12/30/2012 5:53:35 PM
I am thinking you mean the thumbnails in the Layers palette??? If so at the top of the pallete to the right of the layer, effects tabs is a drop down Click on it and scroll down to panel options. A box wwill come up and you can choose which size you want. If that is not what you mean let us know.

If you mean the objects in your photo bin when you drag them onto your work screen, the pixels maybe different then the document you are working with. They need to be the same size. You can resize them by going to the image drop down.


Hugs, Cindy

Visit my blog at http://grammashappyplace.blogspot.com/




scrapincin
AncestralPea

PeaNut 421,090
April 2009
Posts: 7,518
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Loc: NE Ohio

Posted: 12/30/2012 5:53:36 PM
I am thinking you mean the thumbnails in the Layers palette??? If so at the top of the pallete to the right of the layer, effects tabs is a drop down Click on it and scroll down to panel options. A box wwill come up and you can choose which size you want. If that is not what you mean let us know.

If you mean the objects in your photo bin when you drag them onto your work screen, the pixels maybe different then the document you are working with. They need to be the same size. You can resize them by going to the image drop down.


Hugs, Cindy

Visit my blog at http://grammashappyplace.blogspot.com/




stefdesign
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Posted: 12/30/2012 8:46:01 PM
Wow! What's wrong with the board tonight?
Wild multi-posting!



debikins
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Posted: 12/31/2012 2:30:40 AM
And I thought Cindy was just trying to emphasize her point. LOL


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Posted: 12/31/2012 7:56:37 AM
Or check that when you are creating a new document you have the dpi set to 300 dp inches rather than cms - that has caught me out a few times!





mizzbzb
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Posted: 12/31/2012 10:08:19 AM
It looks like I had the layer set to px instead of inches. Thank you!

PS - Sorry for all the repeats, not sure how to delete the extra posts.



fruitysuet
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Posted: 12/31/2012 1:06:52 PM
Glad you're sorted.




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