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    A question about Inkscape.
    I know you can drag the image to different sizes but is thee a way to exactly double the size?
    I have looked in the FAQ with the program help files and I don't see a way.
    Thanks.
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    yes there is click on the image then look at the tool bar and you will see a little padlock click it then change the size in the little boxes with the letters W and H type in your size the padlock closed keeps the ratio for the image.inkscape.PNG
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    • #3
      Originally posted by stephenD View Post
      A question about Inkscape.
      I know you can drag the image to different sizes but is thee a way to exactly double the size?
      I have looked in the FAQ with the program help files and I don't see a way.
      Thanks.
      Here's another way.
      1. With the image selected, click menu item Object and then Transform.
      2. In the resulting dialog box, select the Scale tab.
      3. Enter the scale (e.g., 200) in either Width or Height box.
      4. Check the Scale Proportionally box.
      5. Click the Apply button
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      • #4
        Thanks Mike.
        That's the ticket.
        Pacifism is great, as long as everyone is participating.



        StephenD


        The Southern Arizona Woodturners Association
        Desert Woodcrafters
        Grandpa for the 7 most amazing children.

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