In PixPublisher there are three ways to resize your images, each will be described below.
Maintaining Aspect Ratio
If you would like to resize a photo without changing its proportions (i.e. width relative to height) first click on the photo to select it. This will cause a number of icons to appear around the perimeter of the photo. The squares on the corners of your photo allow you to resize your photo while maintaining its proportions. Just left click on one of the squares and drag the square outward to enlarge, or inward to reduce.
Changing the Aspect Ratio
If you would like to change the width or height of your photo, click on it to select it, and then use any of the four half-circle icons in the middle of the top, bottom, or sides of your photo. Dragging on one of these will enlarge or reduce the photo in the direction of your movement.
When resizing images using either of the click and drag methods indicated above, a tooltip will display during the resizing that shows the current width and height in pixels.
If you try to enlarge a photo and can't seem to enlarge it past a certain size, it is because your image is of insufficient quality. Images can not be enlarged past 150 pp (pixels per inch)
Setting a Specific Size
If you need to set an exact size for your image, you can use the properties panel to enter specific values. This will allow you to set an exact size in pixels. Keep in mind that there are 300 pixels to an inch, and 118 pixels to a centimeter.