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Old 07-06-2011, 04:33 AM
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Is there a way to make the images "same size"?

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I've 3 images in a page, i need to make them EXACTLY of the same size. how can i do that?

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Hi Jamal,

If you select one image and size it, you should be able to resize the others by selecting them and pressing F4.
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Hi Jamal,

If you select one image and size it, you should be able to resize the others by selecting them and pressing F4.
Thanx Paul.

but how to select more than one image? i selected the first image based on which i need the other images to be resized, i kept pressing control and went to the second image to select it, but it is not selected!!!

then how to select more than one image?

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Hi Jamal,

If the images are formatted 'in-line with text', you can't. If they're not formatted 'in-line with text', you can select multiple images by clicking on one then holding down the Shift or Ctrl key whilst clicking on the others.
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Hi Jamal,

If you select one image and size it, you should be able to resize the others by selecting them and pressing F4.



Thank you macropod,
I selected one image and sized it, and selected the others, and then TRIED to make them the same size by pressing F4, but it would not work.
Please help!
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Did you select another image, or group of images, before pressing F4? Was the resizing the last action you did before pressing F4?
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Did you select another image, or group of images, before pressing F4? Was the resizing the last action you did before pressing F4?
Re-sizing multiple images with "F4" is not working for me.
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F4 is the standard Windows key for repeating the last action, regardless of whether that's resizing an image, pasting some text, etc. Unless F4 has been re-assigned on your system and unless you're doing something else in between, you should have no difficulty repeating the resizing of an image.
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F4 is the standard Windows key for repeating the last action, regardless of whether that's resizing an image, pasting some text, etc. Unless F4 has been re-assigned on your system and unless you're doing something else in between, you should have no difficulty repeating the resizing of an image.
Many thanks Paul. This is very useful.
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