Photoshop :: Scale Media Without Resizing Image

Mar 8, 2012

I am looking to print a file from photoshop cs5 and want to scale my media without resizing my image. I've made sure the scale to fit media is not checked but everytime I've attempted to change the media  size the image changes with it. Also how do I unlink the scale, height, width options?

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I have just moved on to Ps in CS4 from Ps 7.

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I resized it to 3cm wide at 300 dpi with the following boxes checked: scale styles/constrainproportions/resample image/bicubic.

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Feb 14, 2009

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