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Guys,

I am subscribed to the bikes and babs thread and what a thread! I have some pics to put on from our local show but can not get em on?? Have posted pics before and have reduced these to as little as 50kb but it keeps coming up to large????

Help Please:cryin
 

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It might be the physical size of the picture itself. If it's great than 800x600 or something like that, you might be running into problem. I usually set the picture to be 640X480. Small, but better to load in a graphic intense page.
 

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http://gimp.org is a full featured image editor along the lines of Photoshop. It's 100% free (and legally so) to use. :D
 

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fjorn said:
http://gimp.org is a full featured image editor along the lines of Photoshop. It's 100% free (and legally so) to use. :D
lol... wasted just wanted to resize some images... not photoshoping it... :bash


Nothing is more simple than MS Image Resizer... try it... :D
 

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Oh, I know it's very easy. But, IMO, I prefer to have a utility to do it all as well. :D
 

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The one thing that the photo resizer microsoft offers over a paint program is that it can resize your pics in a batch. Comes in real handy when you have 10 or 20 pics you are trying to make small for posting or e-mailing.
 
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