Being able to set the scale of the imported background image is great if the image is too big.
You can of course scale up the image as well if it is too small, but I found most of the time just zooming in is enough.
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Alright, you guys, in today's video, we're gonna be looking at setting up your background images scale and this will be four to look at our new works. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. Mm, Mhm. So today is in today's video. Can we find our softwaretraining.co.za hat's here today? We make sure and easy to watch problem solving videos. And we also have daily updates otherwise, back in the programme here. Now, just a quick reminder. This is a follow up or should I say, a mini series of the background image importing and tracing mysterious, I guess. And then, um yeah, really looked at the overview. Look at importing it and now, or importing and location. And now we're gonna be looking at setting up the scale. Now, I will also leave relevant links in description so you guys can follow along just on that note. Now, when it comes to the actual scale, um, unless you actually want to final image to be, should I say your your traced image to be exactly the same size as your sample, then the steps were not that relevant because a lot of times when I trace. I will just simply zoom in, trace it. Then it's as good as I scaled it. And then afterwards I will scale my graphics just all my shape to the right size. But for some reason you want to scale up your actual image. Maybe you're important and it's just way too small or way too big. Then this is a convenient way to go about it. Uh, I personally just like to make my sample images not too big. So in order to do that, what we can do is if you have your image already imported your background image, you want to go to convict on the top main menu, and then we go to page settings under the page settings here on the bottom. Right? You see, we've got image size here. Now we also have this little lock button and, like the lock button on top year, where um keeps the proportions relative to each other. So with this lock button, if I had to scale the one the other one will scale as well. So let's say I make this 400 then this one will automatically adjust. If I keep us off and it changes 200. As you can see, nothing happens to that once, and it's gonna kind of warp your image and make it narrow. We'll keep this at 400 put the lock back on and then in order to have a fixed take place or actually confirm it, I often just click. OK, and then there's nothing. It's kind of a bad habit I've got. But what you wanna do is you actually want to click modify size once you click that you will see it and just scaled. The nice thing with that is you can stay here and if you realise okay, it was just too big. You can just adjust this perhaps a 300 and then click modify size until you find the size you like like okay. And then we are ready or actually tracing, which we will be covering in the next video. Otherwise, in the meanwhile, if we head here to softwaretraining.co.za hat you guys will notice, we've got a variety of different software through to cover, and also you can isolate your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking forward. Just go here, request a training video filling in uniform. And then we will do our best to try and make that video for you. But otherwise thanks guys for watching and chairs.