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    Photoshop A4

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    I have a question, who wants me help you solve with respect to Photoshop.

    When I open Photoshop I set up a workspace "LEAF A4" is the standard sheet, a sheet any. Despés having worked in that workspace I want to export to JPEG or PNG for the moment it does not matter much, the fact is that I need a picture in A4 size, I keep according resolution settings.

    But when you open the image appear the image is of a size much larger than A4 size. Why?
    How I can do to make the image look exact size to an A4 sheet?
    Why you always get bigger?

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    Count the pixels and compare to the resolution - see "image" - "image size"

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    Quote Originally Posted by stradivarious View Post

    When I open Photoshop I set up a workspace "LEAF A4" is the standard sheet, a sheet any. Despés having worked in that workspace I want to export to JPEG or PNG for the moment it does not matter much, the fact is that I need a picture in A4 size, I keep according resolution settings.
    Can you provide a screenshot of your setting? It would be easier to point out the problem :)

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    As mentioned please paste screenshot of your exportitng settings.

    I suspect that u did something wrong in creation of your document. Maybe double check that u didnt create document is some other unit than pixels or cm.

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    Tried to upload image - too confusing

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    Quote Originally Posted by stradivarious View Post
    But when you open the image appear the image is of a size much larger than A4 size. Why?
    Hi, stradivarious.

    The problem appears when you open the image in Photoshop or it happen with another sotfware?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asap View Post
    Hi, stradivarious.

    The problem appears when you open the image in Photoshop or it happen with another sotfware?
    No, "the image more is larger when it opens in the image browser windows"

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlongthomas View Post
    Count the pixels and compare to the resolution - see "image" - "image size"
    I created a new document ...

    size: A4
    height and width: (NUMBER) PIXELS
    resolution: (default) 300 - PIXELS/INCHE
    Color Mode: RGB - 8BITS
    substantive content: WHITE

    The problem is that when I open the image in Windows Explorer, this is giant no zoom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nectuss View Post
    As mentioned please paste screenshot of your exportitng settings.

    I suspect that u did something wrong in creation of your document. Maybe double check that u didnt create document is some other unit than pixels or cm.
    I created a new document ...

    size: A4
    height and width: (NUMBER) PIXELS
    resolution: (default) 300 - PIXELS/INCHE
    Color Mode: RGB - 8BITS
    substantive content: WHITE

    The problem is that when I open the image in Windows Explorer, this is giant no zoom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlongthomas View Post
    Tried to upload image - too confusing
    I created a new document ...

    size: A4
    height and width: (NUMBER) PIXELS
    resolution: (default) 300 - PIXELS/INCHE
    Color Mode: RGB - 8BITS
    substantive content: WHITE

    The problem is that when I open the image in Windows Explorer, this is giant no zoom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linkgreencold View Post
    Can you provide a screenshot of your setting? It would be easier to point out the problem :)
    I created a new document ...

    size: A4
    height and width: (NUMBER) PIXELS
    resolution: (default) 300 - PIXELS/INCHE
    Color Mode: RGB - 8BITS
    substantive content: WHITE

    The problem is that when I open the image in Windows Explorer, this is giant no zoom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stradivarious View Post
    The problem is that when I open the image in Windows Explorer, this is giant no zoom.
    To see it in Windows Explorer try using 72 dpi instead 300.

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