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Copying

Before using either the Clipboard commands or the drag-and-drop method to copy imagery, compare the dimensions of the source image with the dimensions of the destination image. If the imagery being copied is larger than the destination image, some of the copied pixels will extend beyond the image window when they're pasted or dropped, and they will be hidden from view. Move the layer using the Move tool if you want to reveal the out-of-view pixels.

The size of a selection may also change when it's pasted or dropped for another reason: it is rendered in the resolution of the destination image. If the resolution of the destination image is higher than that of the source imagery, the copied image will appear smaller when it's pasted or dropped. Con versely, if the resolution of the destination image is lower than that of the source image, the source imagery will look larger when it's pasted or dropped.


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