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    Hi Friends,

    I am trying to enlarge an Image in Photo shop but I am facing some trouble in doing this. as I have an Image size of 94 x 100 and I want to increase the size of this image like 200 x 300 pixl. But I cant do this. Please help me.

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    I haven't used the newer version of photoshop, but in the older, there was an option to change image size...

    In fireworks... Just click on the canvas ( not the image ), and in the tools window, there are 2 options that show , 1. Change canvas size , 2. Change image size

    If the image is already at 72 dpi, then you'll probably have problems as the image will pixilated when you enlarge it.

    To help ( some )... Select the image, ctrl-c ( to copy it ), the "file, new "...

    It will then open a box to set the properties of the new image... Change the "dpi" to 300, so when then image is brought in,,, the program will resample the pixels... Then ctrl-v ( paste )...

    It all depends on the quality of the original image you are working with as to whether this will help at all or not.

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    Just go to Image - Image size or hit Alt - Ctrl - I and resize to your desired size. Keep in mind though when making it larger it might make it look pixelated.
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    There is a option available to image size, you can set the image size but i think Increase of increase size of image is typical, sometimes image stretch after increase it size.
    whatever i think we can make small size of image not need to increase.

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    What Webzarus suggested is a very good place to start, but after you do this, convert the layer to a "Smart Object" (right click on the layer and select "Convert to Smart Object" in the menu). Converting to Smart Object helps to maintain aspect ratio and cuts down on pixelation


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    In photoshop go to image menu, there is 2 option , one is image size and another is canwas size.

    If you will select image size, here it possible to increase the image size but this will pixelet the image.

    If you select the canwas size, it will increase the image size but will not increase picture, only frame will increase.

    So you can select your choice from above as on your requirment

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    Very Important Information regarding Web Designing and all points play important role in web design because now a day’s everybody search the information through internet.Open image file in Photo Shop then click on Image “image Size from the menu.Alternatively,and right click on the image title bar and select image size
    Choose the Option Bi cubic Smoother in drop down list
    Must be select the pixel dimensions setting
    To re size the image 20 % change the width/height to 120 from the earlier 100 percent Click OK to re size the image by 20 %.


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