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I want to set the height and width while saving the bitmap. Height = 592 and Width = 699 to be set

This error occurs: No overload for method 'Save' tasks 4 arguments.

What I have tried:

varas.zoom = croped;
croped.Save(paths + "\\" + "SPR_" + i + ".jpeg", ImageFormat.Jpeg, Height = 592, Width = 699);
Updated 18-Dec-22 19:28pm

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The message is explicit: Save does not have a version which allows you to modify the image when you save it in any practical way.

If you want to save an image at a specific size, then you write code to generate a new image at that size (cropping / shrinking / padding / stretching as appropriate) and save the new image. There is no standard method to do that because the system has no idea what kind of resizing would be appropriate for your application!
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Dave Kreskowiak 19-Dec-22 9:05am    
I love how they don't bother to read the documentation on the Save method and just start throwing random parameters at it expecting that to work.
OriginalGriff 19-Dec-22 10:21am    
You can probably stop after "documentation". :sigh:
Dave Kreskowiak 19-Dec-22 11:02am    
:sigh: You are correct, of course.
OriginalGriff 19-Dec-22 11:05am    
I was feeling generous when I stops at "documentation" - it was soooo tempted to stop at "the" :D
Dave Kreskowiak 19-Dec-22 11:08am    

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