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    Quote Originally Posted by turbokawi View Post
    good to know although i have too few posts to even see posted pix...lol
    ??? I don't think your post count has anything to do with seeing pics? I know you can't send a PM until you get 20+ post but you should be able to see pics.




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    Google's photo tool, Picasa can also resize images.
    Picasa

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    Very helpful Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by vbrtrmn View Post
    Google's photo tool, Picasa can also resize images.
    Picasa
    Also a great tool and free

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    i've used photobucket with mine, seems to work and you can resize with it.

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    if you are using sofware, I have found that a farily useable size for photos is

    500px width x whatever height

    the reason is, a picture this size will show up on all monitors without having to sidescroll, even the 15" ones. You can go larger, but I am not sure how much, I switched to a 19" widescreen monitor. Larger also means a larger file to store.

    Keep aspect ratio when resizing. Also cropping the photo will provide a much nicer image within the 500px width size.
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    Great info

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    I have been using Faststone Resizer for a few years and like it. It's easy and FREE.

    FastStone Photo Resizer - Powerful Image Converter/Resizer

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    I use Photobucket and have good luck with it. You can edit, resize, crop to name a few.
    As far as seeing pictures in a post; I found out the hard way that if I delete a picture in Photobucket the posted picture goes away too.
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    Default Resizing

    Great,practical thread.
    Many of the listed programs do not work on Wndows 7 however.
    The Windows XP had great resizing software as standard.

    Glak

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