Page sizing

Brian Carling bcarling at CFL.RR.COM
Tue Feb 6 08:21:04 EST 2001

Jerry is right - also m,ost decent graphics programs will let you re-size as you view
and print things.

I suggest:

PaintShop Pro
Adobe Photo

There are plenty of others out there that don't have to cost you your
first-born child or a limb.

On 6 Feb 2001, at 7:34, anchor wrote:

> Hi Jerry,
>     Download the XNView pgm for viewing and printing (fm BAMA).  Set the print
> options at "best fit".  You may have to scroll &/orzoom to see the whole page on
> the screen, but it will print on one 8-1/2x11 pg just fine.  XNView will read a
> lot of file formats, so it's real handy.  Just use netscape for downloading &
> saving (if you don't use an FTP pgm).
> good luck,
> 73,
> Al, W8UT
> New Bern, NC
> BoatAnchors appreciated here
> anchor at
> And remember; "-They don´t make tubes nowadays like they used to..."
> ----- Original Message -----
> > When I access BAMA to download pages from a manual, I get a blown up
> > page on the monitor as if I had zoomed in too far even though I've
> > zoomed out as far as I can. How do I reduce the image so I can print it
> > out? I'm using Netscape Navigator. Thanks for any help,   Jerry W7BUN
> >

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