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What program are you using? If you're using Photoshop, you can change your image size, or your canvas size. I think either way you are going to have some clipping of your page because 8x10 and 10.25x9 are different dimensions.
What you are going to have to do is make your canvas bigger and then resize so the dimensions are correct. What I would do is resize it so that your height is 8 inches. It would then be around 9x8. Then make your canvas bigger so that you have a half inch above and a half inch below of white spaces. I think you will have to rotate your canvas 90 degrees so it is landscape instead of portrait. Not sure about that though. I hope I haven't made my directions completely confusing.
What program are you using? If you're using Photoshop, you can change your image size, or your canvas size. I think either way you are going to have some clipping of your page because 8x10 and 10.25x9 are different dimensions.[/b]
That is what I was thinking. You can't do this without having white space or clipping some of it. Also, it is a good idea to make your image a little smaller because every printer prints differently and it may not print to the edge. I always try to leave some room on the margins.