How do I crop an image to 3.5 x 5

I'm trying to match the size and aspect ratio of an older photo.  The old photo was printed at 3.5" x 5.0".
How do I crop an image with Aperture to 3.5x5.0?
Thanks.

When you crop, the only control is the aspect ratio. You can crop an image with a custom ratio by selecting "custom" at the bottom of the aspect ratio popup menu in the Crop HUD that appears while in the Crop command.
The size only matters when you print the image. In the print dialog you can set the size in inches of the printed image. The dpi of the printed photo will depend on the pixel size of the image divided by the printed size in inches.
If you want to control the exact dpi of the printed image, you'll need a pixel editor such as Photoshop.

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