Step 2: How to print pictures in the right size using ACDSee

In this step I'll show you how to print pictures in the right size, when you use ACDSee. Move your mouse over the yellow boxes to view instructions.
can u plsss tell this other invention of urs<sub>pls explain it in detail tooo..nice post by u</sub><br/>
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Very Nicely done AI. 5/5 Stars.
Wow, that's pretty cool! Thanks for adding it to the group. 5/5 stars!
Sweet! I want to do this because the Instructables Robot just looks so cool. Nice job, 5/5 stars!
Looks great - must be really bright though, with six LEDs blazing! Couldn't you just with a single LED?<br/><br/>Two design improvements, that just came to me:<br/><br/>1) You might be able to make a simple switch by letting the magnet slide around a little bit inside the case. That way you could turn the LEDs off or on by sliding the case up or down on the fridge.<br/><br/>2) Ok, <em>somebody</em> needs to say it... you really need a current limiting resistor (or six) in series with your LEDs. Otherwise one of the LEDs will always get far more current than the others and burn through much faster.<br/>
The LEDs require 3 - 3,4 volts and the batteries give out 3 Volts. I've measured the Ampere flow to the LEDs and it's just perfect. The LEDs draws the ampere they need. I don't think that one LED would distribute the light to illuminate the whole picture. It's not as bright as it may sound like, because I used diffused LEDs. I like the switch idea. I think I'll add that. Thanks.
What happens if your LED leads get a little too close and arc over causing a short? 3V // 0V!!! I still like this thing though!
Nice good job
very cool! Good job!

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Bio: Hi all, I'm a college student in the copenhagen technical college. I'm currently working with 3D printers and I'm building my own ...
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