View Full Version : How to see all of an image?
03-04-2003, 09:44 PM
When I view large pictures on my WindowsXP computer, they are automatically resized to fit the screen. How can I see ALL the photo in a scrolling format?
Thanks in advance,
03-05-2003, 11:18 AM
I don't have XP, and just glanced through my Internet Options and display stuff and can't find anything that applies. Would suspect you're looking for a setting that reads something like "Fit to page" or "Fit to Window" that you can uncheck. If it's even possible.
The truth is that I find it annoying to receive a pic that I can't see in the window..that I have to save and view with PaintShopPro to "see" the whole pic. That's most often because the pic is in, say, 300 resolution and my 98 puter displays in 98 (or 96, can't remember) resolution on the monitor, and I am still using 800 x 600 on monitor settings...so not enough room on my display to show entire pic.
Hopefully, someone with XP will know more.
03-05-2003, 11:41 AM
just use scroll up your mouse and the image will enlarge. If the picture is in IE then go to the pictures right hand bottom and a enlarge button will appear and click it.
03-05-2003, 07:52 PM
Originally posted by kaede
If the picture is in IE then go to the pictures right hand bottom and a enlarge button will appear and click it.
Well that couldn't be easier. Thanks!
03-05-2003, 10:59 PM
Kay is right... Just click on Tools-Internet Options-Advanced.. It's under the Multimedia section. Just uncheck " Enable automatic imagine resizing" That's it.......
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