1 Start recording an action.
2 Choose Image > Image Size, and enter the desired image dimensions. (See "Changing the pixel dimensions of an image" on page 67.)
3 Select Action Options.
4 Choose an option from the Fit Image By menu:
• Width to constrain proportions using the new width value.
• Height to constrain proportions using the new height value.
• Width & Height to constrain proportions using either the new width value or the new height value.
• Percent to constrain proportions using the new percent value.
5 Select Do Not Enlarge to prevent images that are smaller than the new dimensions from being sized up.
6 Click OK and continue recording the action.
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