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When editing a document, I select the image size that ensures image content is legible. However, when I publish the doc, image sizes change randomly. Those that take up only 1/4 of the full image size allowed, become full-sized images, so the fonts in the image appear 72 pts in size. Even when I try to make sure image sizes are consistent in a document, the published version may show some which remain the same size; and others, radically enlarged.
Here are some screen captures of figures before publication and then after publication.
Before: both sections are aligned and the same size
After: Top figure remained the same but the bottom expanded
Before: Both figures are the same size
After: top figure expanded a lot; bottom, just a little (I'm going by their positions and sizes in relation to the text above.