#1
I need to do a project for history, and it needs to resemble a magazine. I was gonna use MS paint, and I know what I'm going to do, but how do I fit the editing room to a full piece of computer paper? I've tried going to the print setup stuff, and whenever i do some work, i go to print preview to see how it is, and it is usually cut off or stupidly small. how do i just fit it to the full paper?
#2
Windows 7

File->page setup->click the button that says [fit to:]. Make sure it says 1 by 1 page(s).
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#3
Why would you use MS Paint for that?
"You have brains in your head,
You have feet in your shoes,
You can steer yourself,
any direction you choose,
You're on your own,
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And YOU are the one who'll decide where to go."

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#4
1) Are you a child?

If you answered yes to question 1), skip the rest of the questions.

2) Have you used gimp? Or more commercially, Photoshop?
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#5
Go to "Properties" under the drop down menu, and then change the canvas to the dimensions of the paper you are using.
#6
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1) Are you a child?

If you answered yes to question 1), skip the rest of the questions.

2) Have you used gimp? Or more commercially, Photoshop?



I have a desktop from the early 2000s, it only has paint lol
#7
Quote by darkstar2466
1) Are you a child?

If you answered yes to question 1), skip the rest of the questions.

2) Have you used gimp? Or more commercially, Photoshop?



this

or even paint.net

its like msPaint, but sooo much better.
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Well, technically it could be done, but only in the same way that you could change a cat into a hamburger. It's an unpleasant process, and nobody is happy with the result.
#8
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I have a desktop from the early 2000s


Awesome - I have one sitting, collecting dust in my room as well. Those things run forever.



In that case, click on Image->Attributes

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