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Subject:Re: HTML graphics From:Chuck Martin <cmartin -at- SEEKERSOFT -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 3 Oct 1997 14:45:22 -0700
Use the HEIGHT= and WIDTH= attributes of the IMG tag, specifying values in
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From: Amy Nolan <anolan -at- P21 -dot- COM>
To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU <TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU>
Date: Friday, October 03, 1997 2:13 PM
Subject: HTML graphics
> I took the advice of a message I found on last week's list. We have
> tested using HTML Transit to convert MS Word files to HTML pages.
> However, we're having a problem with some graphics coming in too
> We use Paint Shop Pro to capture screens, and save them as a
> monochrome. We then link them into the MS Word document. In HTML,
> some graphic files came through to be too large to be usable. It
> seems that the only way they can be converted is to the scale that
> Word has them in (which looks bad because they are monochrome) or the
> original size (which is sometimes 1700 or more pixels across).
> If we shrink the original graphic, it will be too small for the Word
> document. Is there any way to shrink the graphic in the HTML file
> ~Amy Nolan
> anolan -at- p21 -dot- com