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image size very large

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May 12, 2023 May 12, 2023

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my image appears too big when I insert or drop and drag in my Illustrator, so big that it covers my workspace and find it difficult to resize

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Community Expert , May 12, 2023 May 12, 2023

In Photoshop:

Image > Image size.

Turn off the resampling

Input a resolution.

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Community Expert , May 12, 2023 May 12, 2023

Opening will give you the same problem, if it is a low res file with many pixels, it will open very big.

If you create a new document and choose File > Place.. it will give you a loaded cursor and you can drag out a size.

Of course you can also scale the large image using the Scale Tool, double click it to set a percentage.

If you want to do it in Photoshop, see Monika's answer.

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You could use File > Place instead of drag & drop.

Or set the resolution (ppi) without resampling in Photoshop or apps like Preview before dragging and dropping.

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Thanks very much, but l actually opened it as a file and then try to bring it to my workspace it was the same thing but I think about setting the resolution as the main key, please how do I do that?

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In Photoshop:

Image > Image size.

Turn off the resampling

Input a resolution.

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Opening will give you the same problem, if it is a low res file with many pixels, it will open very big.

If you create a new document and choose File > Place.. it will give you a loaded cursor and you can drag out a size.

Of course you can also scale the large image using the Scale Tool, double click it to set a percentage.

If you want to do it in Photoshop, see Monika's answer.

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Thanks. what you said worked for me 

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