Resizing Kits and Sheets
Any image editing program will allow you to resize. With Windows 10, you should have under
Microsoft Office > Microsoft Office Picture Manager
- When you open the program it will probably show a directory of images. This may or may not be where you have stored your kits.
- To add the directory where your kits are, click Add Picture Shortcut which is in the top left corner
You can then browse through the files just like in File Explorer.
Find the sheet you want and click on Edit Pictures near the top of the screen/
Then over at the right of the screen you will see the option to RESIZE-
Click on that and you will be able to enter the % amount to resize and then click OK.
If you resize a sheet to say, 87% you will then see these numbers in that same box
So the sheet is now 1023x1448 pixels instead of the 1176x1664 that it used to be.
Now you need to save it as a DIFFERENT name so that you don't overwrite your original.
Enter a new filename for it - perhaps [original name] followed by 87pc so you know what you've done to it.
Do the above for each sheet in a kit/mini kit.
Then print each of the new files as you normally would.