I'm using Microsoft Word 2007. I have several large screenshots that need to be inserted into the document at various places. When I paste the pictures, I have to manually resize them to fit within the margins of the document. This takes up too much of my time. I tried batch resizing the images before inserting them, so they were the right size, but it appears Word uses a higher dpi when printing, so those pictures came out blurry compared to the ones resized within Word.
So what I am looking for is if there is an option that makes Word automatically shrink large images when I paste them so that they are the width of the page (with correct aspect ratio). I'm using "in line with text," though I could use "tight" if necessary.
Again, this isn't a life-or-death thing. I could always manually resize the 30+ images. But it seems like there should be an easier way. Has anyone come across this?
(TL;DR: I'm looking for a way to automatically resize an image larger than page width to page width when pasted in Word.)
EDIT: When I try making an image 96dpi and pasting into Word, it shows up very small (but prints clearly). When I upscale it, it retains this clarity. But it still isn't pasted in as the correct size initially, which is what I'm looking for...