How to create A3 and A4 paper sizes in Photoshop

To create A3, A4 paper sizes in Photoshop users only need to enter the standard sizes of the paper sizes.

When the user copies the image to Photoshop, the display frame size will automatically be adjusted to the correct size of the image. And if you want, you can also resize it to Photoshop to display it again according to the new size. With the design of A3 paper size, A4 in Photoshop is also very simple.

Users just need to enter the correct size of paper sizes into the size adjustment on Photoshop. When it comes to standard sizes, it is easier to present content on Photoshop, or print images without having to edit it. The following article will guide you how to create A3 and A4 paper sizes in Photoshop.

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1. Instructions for creating A3, A4 sizes in Photoshop

First of all to be able to create a standard size paper, users need to know the standard sizes of each paper size. Each paper size will have a separate cm, pixel, or mm size. Please refer to the standard sizes for paper sizes in the article Size of paper size A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 is how many Pixel, Cm, Inches standard.

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Step 1:

At the Photoshop interface, click the File button and select New to select a new image object.

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Step 2:

Displays the interface for us to choose to create a frame. At the Preset section, click on the drop down menu to select International Paper . Photoshop already supports paper sizes for users to use.

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Step 3:

Then display the table with Size as the paper sizes supported by Photoshop. For example, you click on A4 paper size to use.

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The Width section will fill the width for the paper size and the Height section fill the height for A4 paper size. The pre-installed Photoshop A4 paper size is 210 x 297mm. If you want to change to another size like cm or inches, click on the size next to it.

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Step 4:

In the paper-size interface, Color Mode has 2 standard colors including RBG color which is the design color standard displayed on the screen, and CMYK color is the design color in print. So if you want to choose color for printing, choose CMYK.

The Resolution section is the sharpness standard of the design image. Finally click OK to create A4 paper size in Photoshop.

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The result is the A4 paper size in Photoshop as shown.

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With A3 size users also do the same.

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2. How to create A3, A4 paper sizes across Photoshop

There are 2 different ways for us to format horizontal or vertical paper sizes in Photoshop.

Method 1: Set in the frame of paper size

In the resize box for the paper size, we will change the size back to Width and Height, for example A4 changes to 297mm x 210mm or A3 to 420mm x 297mm.

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The result is A4 paper width as shown.

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Method 2: Use Image Rotation tool

Once you have created the A4 paper vertically as the right size, go to Image and choose Image Rotation . Next choose 90 ° CW format to rotate the paper size and 90 ° CCW to rotate the paper to the right.

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Creating A3 and A4 paper sizes in Photoshop is very simple, but for novice or self-learning Photoshop people are still confused when designing. All sizes are pre-set by Photoshop to be standard with each paper size so you don't need to enter new dimensions anymore.

I wish you all success!

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