You need your image dimensions first before you can set up the frame dimensions.
If you are using Windows 98 you can get the dimensions of your picture
by dragging the image into Internet Explorer and right-clicking the
Click on "properties" to get width by height numbers.
Write them down. Of course if you have a later version of Windows there
are lots of other ways of getting the image dimensions. Once you have
this info you can close the browser window.
(Actually, �properties� will give you size info as well as a few other bits of possibly useful info.)
up good old MS Paint- doesn�t matter at this point what size �canvass�
the default setting creates since you are going to be changing this
Go to the �Image� tab and then click on �attributes� and make sure you have �pixels� set for your units.
This is where you have to decide how large your �frame� should be.
it�s a small picture a good first attempt could be to add 50 pixels to
the actual pictures dimensions and input these numbers into the width
and height boxes of MS Paints attributes box.
If it�s a larger picture add 100 pixels to either side:
330+50=380 pixels and 255+50=305 pixels.
(Determining the actual border width that is the most aesthetically pleasing will be a bit of trial and error.)
Final step: Go to the �Edit� tab in Paint and hit �paste from� and brows to the location of you image file.
O.K. Now, eye-ball it as you slide the picture around in it�s new �frame.� Input your copyright info! Save your work!