Question on printing images

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When we create pages with thumbnail size images is there a way when we print the documents that the images can print in a larger size? Some of our document writers like to use thumbnail size images. When the documents are printed the thumbnail images are too small to read. To give you example, some of the software on the internet for determining driving directions will display a small map but when you print the map it prints out larger on the page. Is there a Wiki macro that will do something like this for us so we don't have to adjust our printer settings when we print documents from the Wiki?

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David Simpson Community Champion Jun 05, 2012

One way to achieve this would be to create a user macro which adds both the large and small images to the page, but has...

  • screen styles that display the small image but hides the large image
  • print styles that hides the small image and displays the large image

Does anyone have a print macro that will do this?

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