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Old 03-01-2011, 07:03 AM
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Hi, southwestforests, that's not difficult at all. What you need to do is resize the original, upscale or downscale to the right proportion. If it is a 1/72, when you print you downscale it to 36% (72 divided by 200, you get 0.36, that's 36%). If it is 1/300 then you upscale it to print at 150%. Bet you can get a lot of advice for resizing on this forum. All you have to do is ask. Then, the build is really up to you. How's that, give it a try.

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