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storch
Posted 2/11/2007 6:58 PM (#22885)
Subject: size of picture files


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Location: Nanaimo B.C.
I want to send pictures,but all my fotos are 700 to 800 kb.You restrict pictures to 200 kb.How does everybody do it?
Gary Storch
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Joyce
Posted 2/11/2007 7:28 PM (#22886 - in reply to #22885)
Subject: RE: size of picture files



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Location: St. Joseph,MO
Hi Gary,
Most photo software has a resize feature. It's not always apparent but if you poke around in the menues you might be able to find it. Another way s to use an onlne photo storage site like photobucket and just post a link to your pictures in in your message. It won't show up here as a hot link unless you add the http: part.
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Reardan Tom
Posted 2/11/2007 7:40 PM (#22887 - in reply to #22886)
Subject: RE: size of picture files



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Location: Reardan, WA
If you're running XP there's a great free image resize utility on the Windows site under 'power toys for windows'... I use it to resize photos to medium for e-mail or small for the web. Good luck!
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/powertoys/xppowertoys....

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storch
Posted 2/11/2007 7:48 PM (#22890 - in reply to #22885)
Subject: RE: size of picture files


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Location: Nanaimo B.C.
Thanks to both of you.I run windows XP professional,will have a go at it tomorrow.- This sidecar site is great,I look at it every day and learn a lot.I need that too,no bikes and sidecars since 1955.
Gary Storch
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