The steps below use the file pictured here to demonstrate resampling using pixels.
1.Select File - Print from your application; the example below uses Microsoft® Word.
•In the printer field choose the Raster Image Printer 11.0 from the drop-down list of printers.
•Click the Properties... button to open the Raster Image Printer properties dialog box.
2.Click on the Image Processing tab in the Document Properties dialog to access the Resample options.
•Check the Resample check box to enable the resampling options.
•Select Pixels from the drop-down list of resampling options.
•Leave Lock aspect ratio checked if you want Raster Image Printer to automatically determine the Image Height of the image based on the value entered for the Image Width. For our sample page, we have unchecked the Lock aspect ratio and entered the Image Height and Image Width height and width separately.
3.As the source document is a landscape oriented document, the Orientation of the printer needs to be changed to Landscape to match. If your source document is portrait, the Orientation needs to be set to Portrait.
•On the Layout tab, select Landscape from the Orientation drop down list.
4.Click the OK button on the Document Properties dialog to save the resample options.
5.Click the OK button on the Print Dialog, or the appropriate button on your application's print dialog, to send the document to the printer.
6.Choose where to save your JPG image from the Save Image File dialog.
•Use the Save in: field to choose a folder to store your JPG image. Your Documents folder, or any folder you have chosen on the Save tab will have been selected for you by default.
•In the File name: field, enter a name for your JPG image. A default name for your file has been filled in based on the name your application used when it printed your document to the Raster Image Printer. Here we have changed the file name to ResampleJPG.
•The Save as type: drop down list can be used to change the output file type if needed. In this example we are leaving it at the default of JPEG (*.jpg).
•Click the Save button to create the file in the folder you chose.
7.Open the new JPG image in your Image viewer. The image is 1280 pixels x 1024 pixels. The dots per inch (DPI) of the image has been automatically calculated based on the new image height and width.