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Thread: Need to resize something? No Problem!

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    Super Member Yarn or Fabric's Avatar
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    My husband found this program - and it's free - online and I have to say it is fabulous. The last time I needed to enlarge something 250%, I had to go to Staples and the guy there wasn't a whole lot of help and I still don't think he did it right in the end but it is what it was...

    Who knew I could just do it from home??!!!
    http://posterazor.sourceforge.net/

    It worked like a charm - and I wish he found it sooner! We spent a lot of hours enlarging stuff and this takes seconds!

    I scanned in my pages for an upcoming paper pieced project that I wanted to enlarge and it tiled and spit out the pages perfectly and all I had to do was tape them together and I was done.

    I thought I'd share it with you all since I know enlarging stuff can be such a pain in the you know where :D

    Okay. I totally sound like an infomercial right about now.

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    Cool! Thanks, I bookmarked this one. Not that I will find it when I need it :roll:

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    WOW, how cool, and free to boot!

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    Thanks, that was just what I've been looking for.

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    Wow! I will have to try this out. Thank you very much!

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    Thanks for posting this program. I had it on my old computer and hadn't moved it to my new computer. I love this program....I use it for scrapbooking, painting, sewing and quilting.

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    Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!

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    When I went to download this program, I got a message from my security system that it is a potentially dangerous download!
    Have you had any problems?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yarn or Fabric
    My husband found this program - and it's free - online and I have to say it is fabulous. The last time I needed to enlarge something 250%, I had to go to Staples and the guy there wasn't a whole lot of help and I still don't think he did it right in the end but it is what it was...

    Who knew I could just do it from home??!!!
    http://posterazor.sourceforge.net/

    It worked like a charm - and I wish he found it sooner! We spent a lot of hours enlarging stuff and this takes seconds!

    I scanned in my pages for an upcoming paper pieced project that I wanted to enlarge and it tiled and spit out the pages perfectly and all I had to do was tape them together and I was done.

    I thought I'd share it with you all since I know enlarging stuff can be such a pain in the you know where :D

    Okay. I totally sound like an infomercial right about now.

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    Super Member Yarn or Fabric's Avatar
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    I have not had any problems at all and don't know why that would come up - that is weird... really weird.
    I've used it a few times already.

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    OK. Thanks for the info. McAfee seems to be very picky at times. LOL

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