1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 31, 2014 5:30 PM by Noel Carboni

    How do I change DPI in Photoshop CC without changing the pixel dimension of the file?


      I used to be able to do this in Photoshop CS6 by simply clicking the check boxes in the "image size" dialog box:

      • scale styles
      • constrain proportions
      • resample image

      (all boxes UNCHECKED)


      Then input the dpi (usually converting a 300dpi print file to 72dpi for web). And the pixel dimension will stay the same.


      In CC the only option I see is "scale styles" which does not apply to the pixel dimension of the file.


      Please help. I would hate to have to do this function in CS6 all the time.



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