selfie collection (just add your own photos to each picture frame charm!)
selfie collection (just add your own photos to each picture frame charm!) selfie collection (just add your own photos to each picture frame charm!) selfie collection (just add your own photos to each picture frame charm!) selfie collection (just add your own photos to each picture frame charm!) selfie collection (just add your own photos to each picture frame charm!) selfie collection (just add your own photos to each picture frame charm!)

selfie collection (just add your own photos to each picture frame charm!)

let me take a #selfie!  now it's time for #groupselfies!  introducing the ultimate way to personalize for your next special occasion:  the selfie collection!  these six double-sided, 5/8" picture frame charms are fantastic for wedding parties, reunions, girl's trips, holidays, the list goes on!  just add your own photos, logos, numbers, names, symbols, etc. to wow everyone at your event!  resizing and printing off your photos for selfie charms is as easy as...taking a selfie!  we like the instructions at http://www.ehow.com/how_5782375_print-picture-locket.html   cheers!

Microsoft Word

  • 1

    Open a blank Word document, but don't insert the image just yet. You must first change the program settings to prevent Word from automatically compressing the image, which usually results in a loss of quality.

  • 2

    Change the settings by clicking the "File" menu and selecting "Options." Select the "Advanced" tab, and then scroll down to the Image Size and Quality section. Check the box next to "Do Not Compress Images in File," and then click "OK." This change applies only to the current document; if you create a new document for printing a locket picture, you will need to change this setting again.

  • 3

    Insert the original image file into the blank document. To insert an image, select the "Insert" tab, select the "Pictures" command from the ribbon, and then select the image filename.

  • 4

    Right-click the image on the page and select "Size and Position." Word opens the Layout dialog box, which shows you the current size of the image in inches. Select the "Size" tab and then change the "Height" or "Width" settings to a size that will fit in the locket. Click "OK." You can now print the smaller image without any loss in quality.



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