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    This is an easy way to resize pictures it is done Paint that is included in windows XP.









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    If you are running XP you can also get a free image re-sizer from Microsoft. It is one of their power toys.

    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/d...powertoys.mspx
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    all of these are good options.
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    Since we do our size limits in pixels it's handy to have a program that sizes like that. Let me see if I can find a good freeby.
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    ptannjr
    that is a great tutorial. all the detailed steps realy help!
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    Did it help you do it? I can also help you out on doing pic hosting and resizing on www.flickr.com or www.photobucket.com. they both do hosting and auto resizing.
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    For free and runs on a wide variety of Windows platforms, I'm partial to Irfanview.

    Like posted in the other thread, download at http://www.irfanview.com/main_download_engl.htm

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    That is the same way I did it. But for a long time I could not post pictures.
    So it looks like you got the problem solved, THANKS.

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    good to know although i have too few posts to even see posted pix...lol

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    I've been using this for quite a while - it doesn't look like another suggestion is needed but I really have so little to offer I needed something to get my post count up.

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