It is easy to resize photos that you took from your iPhone before printing them out, for example, if you want to make sure they print out at 4X6 to fit into a frame. All you have to do is tap on the photo app and when it opens, tap on the photo you want to resize. When the photo opens, tap on Edit in the upper right hand corner.

After you tap on Edit in the right hand corner of the photo you want to resize on your iPod, a menu will come up and you will be able to tap on the Crop icon which will appear all the way to the right. After you tap on the Crop icon, you can tap on the Aspect button and choose the parameters you want for a given frame, such as 4 X 6 or 8 X 10. Just tap on the one you want.

When you are finished choosing the parameters you want for a given frame to resize a photo on your iPod, you will be able to drag the box around in order to center the photo the way you would like for it to print. Be careful when you are doing this that you don’t pull one of the corners though because that will change the aspect you chose. If that does happen, choose the Aspect button on the bottom right again and reselect your size choice.

When you have finished repositioning the photo you want to resize on your iPod and it is centered the way you want it, tap on the Crop icon in the upper right hand corner. At that point you will get to see a preview and if you like that, you can tap on Save in the upper right hand corner. You can then print the photo and it will come out the way you designed it to including the sizing and centering options you chose.

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