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    Question Sizing Images in Essentials

    I recently downloaded Essentials and want to be able to size images as the default size is way too big. I used to use Fusion years ago and remember it was possible to size images from within Fusion, but this does not seem to be available where I expect to find it. Is this feature missing from Essentials? Is it still available in Fusion XII? I don't want to pay to upgrade to find it isn't available.

    Many thanks and regards

    Lynn

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    Resizing in Fusion only changes the visual size of the image on the web page. The file size remains the original size.

    This is the same in every version of Fusion.

    It's much better to use a graphics program to re-size and optimize your images to the sizes you want before inserting them in Fusion.
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    Maybe I didn't express my question very well. I've dug out an ancient and desperately slow laptop which has Fusion 10 and I'm referring to Geometry. In Fusion 10 in the Picture Properties box there are several options:

    General, Geometry, Adjustment, Borders, Rext on Image, Red Eye Removal, Hotspots, Actions

    In Essentials, Picture Properties only has the following options:

    General, Effects, Actions

    Have the other options been removed from Essentials? Or have they been completely removed from Fusion? Or are they now somewhere else? If so, where?

    Many thanks and regards

    Lynn

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    Essentials is a much older product then Fusion 10 and does not have any graphic editing capabilities.

    Fusion 10 is 3 versions newer than Essentials.
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