Frequent question: How do I change the page size in Autodesk SketchBook?

How do I resize images?

How to Resize an Image on a Windows PC

  1. Open the image by either right-clicking on it and selecting Open With, or clicking File, then Open on the Paint top menu.
  2. On the Home tab, under Image, click on Resize.
  3. Adjust the image size either by percentage or pixels as you see fit. …
  4. Click on OK.

How do you make things smaller in SketchBook?

To non-proportionately scale a selection, highlight the upper part of the inner circle. Tap, then drag in the direction you want scaled. To scale a selection bigger or smaller, highlight the scale inner circle. Tap, then drag to scale up or down to display the percentage scaling.

Can you change dpi in Autodesk SketchBook?

For iOS/Android/Windows Store version of SketchBook, it only does Pixels and not “inches/cm” and is done at 72 PPI. This means you need to start with a larger resolution sketch if you are targeting 300 PPI. Likes are greatly appreciated.

Why does my cursor disappear in AutoCAD?

To bring the crosshair back

Move the mouse cursor over the Viewport Controls in the upper-left corner of the drawing window. Change the visual style. Switch between model and layout tabs. Minimize and then restore AutoCAD.

How do I customize Autodesk SketchBook?

Customizing brushes in SketchBook Pro Windows 10

  1. Along the top of the Brush Palette, tap. to access the Brush Library.
  2. Tap a brush set.
  3. Tap-hold and flick. to select it. …
  4. Double-tap the Do-It-Yourself brush to open Brush Properties.
  5. Tap the different tabs to access a variety of properties. Make the changes you need.
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How do you navigate in SketchBook?

On the desktop version, you have to press the space bar, to get the navigation tool. Left click hold and drag the outer ringer with the arrows. This is how you move, zoom and rotate in Sketchbook. I love this, cause you can do everything with only one button.

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