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lai1

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  1. Hi, I was wondering how to print a box around the border of the transparent background in Affinity Designer. Suppose I have an image (layer) and I have it just inside of the transparent background, I want to be able to see how much smaller the layer image is relative to the image size. Is there a setting when printing that will allow me to print the transparent background with an outline? Thanks, lai
  2. Thanks v_kyr for the app suggestion and to everyone here for their help, appreciate it!
  3. Hi Geoff, That was the intent, to produce an image that is 3.5" x 3.5". It prints the correct size when I print .afdesign file or if I print it from a Mac. When I print it from Windows the image is much bigger than a standard 8.5 x 11" sheet of paper causing the image to be cut off. Sounds like a Windows thing... Thank you for your help. lai1
  4. Hi John, I do not have a professional photo app. If I open the png on windows in paint the size is 1100 x 1100 and dpi is 96. If I open the image on a mac in preview the image is 1100 x 1100 and resolution is 300 dpi. So maybe it's Windows? This is very confusing. lai1
  5. Hi, I created a new document and set the size to 1100 x 1100 pixels (~3.5" x 3.5") and resolution to 300 DPI. I created a few layers and printed the image and it looks great, the size is correct. When I export the *.afdesign file as a PNG and go to print the image it is much larger than 3.5" x 3.5". How do I maintain the same image size and resolution when I export the afdesign to a PNG? Please advise. Thank you, lai1
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