In the Pixel Dimensions area enter the dimension you want for the longer side of your photo

Usually you'd want 650 pixels or less. Be sure that pixels show as the unit of measurement. You just need to enter the number for one side. Elements figures it out for the other side as long as "Constrain Proportions" is turned on down near the bottom of the dialog box. (You need to turn on "Resample Image" before you can change the pixel dimensions.)

Figure 10-16. Both these computers have a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, and the photo they're displaying takes up exactly the same percentage of each screen. But the picture on the left is larger because the monitor is physically largerin other words, the pixels are bigger.

Figure 10-16. Both these computers have a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, and the photo they're displaying takes up exactly the same percentage of each screen. But the picture on the left is larger because the monitor is physically largerin other words, the pixels are bigger.

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