INCREASE IMAGE SIZE IN KB WITHOUT CHANGING PIXELS IN PAINT
It’s a common misconception among beginner photographers that you can only change the size of an image by changing the pixels. However, with the right tools, this isn’t necessarily true! You can make an image bigger or smaller without changing its resolution—and even keep it at full-res—by using a feature called free transform in Paint.
1. Select your photo or image
- Select the photo or image you want to change its size in kilobytes (KB).
- Click on the Edit button at the top right corner of your screen, then click on Crop and Straighten if you want to crop out parts of your image or leave it as it is (you can always crop later).
- After cropping your photo, tap on Image Size under Image Adjustments to bring up a pop-up window where you’ll see all sorts of settings for changing how large or small an image will appear when viewed by others online (this won’t affect how big it looks when viewed locally).
2. Go to ‘Edit’ menu, then select ‘Free Transform’
To resize an image using the ‘Free Transform’ tool:
- Select the image on your canvas by clicking on it or dragging a selection around it.
- Go to ‘Edit’ menu, then select ‘Free Transform’ (or press CTRL + T). This will open up a window with handles around your selected image where you can drag them to resize it in any direction you want.
- If needed, right-click on the image and select “Resize” from the menu that appears so that we can change its size before scaling down our canvas size later on in this tutorial!
3. Drag the handles until the photo fills the space you want it to.
In this step, you’ll be changing the size of your image by dragging its sides (or corners) so that it fits into the box where it will appear on your website. If you want to keep all of your pixels intact while resizing an image, then simply drag one handle at a time until all four sides are touching their respective sides of their container without distorting any part of your image. However if this isn’t possible and some distortion occurs, don’t worry about it too much because we can fix that later!
4. Right-click on the image, then select “Resize.”
In this step, you will be resizing the image. To do this, right-click on the image and select “Resize.” In both dimensions, select “Pixels” from the dropdown menu and click OK to confirm your changes.
5. In the Resize dialog box, select “Pixels” in both dimensions and click OK to confirm the changes.
In the Resize dialog box, select “Pixels” in both dimensions and click OK to confirm the changes.
This will resize your image without changing its actual pixels. You can use this feature to make your images larger than they currently are or reduce their size for storage on your hard drive.
In conclusion, the Paint tool in Microsoft Word is a great way to resize images. It’s easy to use and allows you to change the size of an image without changing its resolution or quality. However, if you want more control over how much space an image takes up on a page then we recommend using tools like Canva or Photoshop instead.