I'm certainly no guru when it comes to using Photoshop and I've purchased several books on how to use it - and I've been studying. But none of the books or the PS Help files appear to address this basic dilemma. Using the highest quality settings on my camera for jpg, I get a file size of about 2.5Mb to 3Mb on average. When in PS and I check the image size it says its approx 27"x42" for the screen (72dpi) and that's all fine. I convert to .psd, do all my editing, flatten and then resize the final image for printing. But when I do resize, there does not appear to be a way to get a true 8x10 when it's constrained so you keep the proportions. Now if it was a picture where I didn't mind if I loose ~15/16's of an inch off the top and bottom so it fits an 8x10 picture frame, then the 8"x11.878" setting is fine.... But, when you have placed a vignette around the image and need a full-bleed image because it's going to be inserted into an all-glass crystal, molded picture frame where the edges are visible - it's a real pain in the arse to get there from here. Anyone have any tricks of the trade for scaling, resizing an image down to a true 8"x10" size? I would think that Photoshop would have a preset/default setting that I could use that would keep the proportions of the picture and allow one to scale/resize it down to the exact size needed. As I recall, Corel's PhotoPaint 7 did have that feature and if it's in PS, I have yet to find it. I did use the Resize Wizard also - no help. What I'm doing now is doing my edits then use the cropping tool (and using the rulers) to crop the image to 8x10". After that, I then apply the oval shaped vignette, any touch-up (sharpening, etc.) then flattening and saving the file for printing. Thanks for your suggestions, Bob S.