On Fri, 14 Jan 2005 08:16:45 -0500
Geoffrey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Felix Salfner wrote:
> > I just switched from Corel PhotoPaint to the Gimp and am looking for
> > a way to position the image on the page for printing.
> > 
> > Within PhotoPaint, the printing dialog lets you graphically adjust
> > the size of the image and position it on the page directly by mouse.
> > Of course, there's also the choice to set the size to "original
> > size" and to "center" the image. Furthermore, PhotoPaint can
> > automatically shrink the image such that it fits the paper size.
> > 
> > How can this be done with Gimp? I didn't find the appropriate dialog
> > / menu.
> The print dialog I see in gimp allows all you've just noted.  You can 
> use the scaling slider to set the size.  You can grab the actual image
> in the preview and drag it where you want it.  There's also the 'use 
> original image size' button just above the print button, lower right
> corner.

I think this is a Linux only feature. Unfortunately for Windows users.

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