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Can anyone tell me how to shrink down a photo for this medium? Pics are getting kicked back because they are too large..
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It depends on what program you are using. I use Corel Photo-Paint so resampling is what I use. If you use MSPaint, then you can select Image --> Attributes and enter the width & height. I believe 640x480 is the max to use on this forum.

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If you're using Windows XP, download the free Microsoft Image Resizer from http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/powertoys/xppowertoys.mspx

It's so simple and works great. You just bring up the list of photos in your Windows Explorer. Right click on the file you want a smaller image of. There will be a "Resize Pictures" option available. Click that, and you'll get a small window that asks you what size you'd like. I leave it on the default of "Small". It leaves your original image there and makes another smaller copy. The new file has the same name plus the word "(Small)" in it.
 
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VaVet96 said:
If you're using Windows XP, download the free Microsoft Image Resizer from http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/powertoys/xppowertoys.mspx

It's so simple and works great. You just bring up the list of photos in your Windows Explorer. Right click on the file you want a smaller image of. There will be a "Resize Pictures" option available. Click that, and you'll get a small window that asks you what size you'd like. I leave it on the default of "Small". It leaves your original image there and makes another smaller copy. The new file has the same name plus the word "(Small)" in it.
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Thanks VaVey96! I downloaded and installed the image resizer PowerToy. It works great. Much easier than the process that I used earlier. Maybe the link should be mentioned in a suitable place for new members. It sure will make my life easier!
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VaVet96 said:
If you're using Windows XP, download the free Microsoft Image Resizer from http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/powertoys/xppowertoys.mspx

It's so simple and works great. You just bring up the list of photos in your Windows Explorer. Right click on the file you want a smaller image of. There will be a "Resize Pictures" option available. Click that, and you'll get a small window that asks you what size you'd like. I leave it on the default of "Small". It leaves your original image there and makes another smaller copy. The new file has the same name plus the word "(Small)" in it.
I neglected to say thanks as well. Much easier.:D
 
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