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How To Resize Pictures for H-W
« on: June 16, 2009, 07:42:00 PM »
There are so many options to resizing images. It really depends on what programs you have, and the operating system you have. You can search google to find instructions on how to resize photos.

Disclaimer - If you resize your originals because you were not paying attention to how you saved them or because you did not know what you were doing, that is your problem. If you don't know what I mean, then I cannot help you.

Examples is very easy to use is a site many people use which automatically resizes.
Batch Resize Photos Mac OSX
Resize Photos Windows Vista
Windows XP Using the Image Resizer
Windows XP with MSPaint

Windows Vista
Batch Reszie Photos in Vista

Photoshop Tutorial : How to Resize Multiple Images in Photoshop CS2

« Last Edit: November 04, 2012, 09:10:14 AM by bearpaw »

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Re: How To Resize Pictures for H-W
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2012, 09:03:00 AM »
If you do not have a photo editing program or software on your computer, and you do not want to join phtobucket, then try this online editor. It's very simple.

Online Photo Editor:

Go to this page, open the photo of your choice "From Your Computer", click "Image" on the upper menu, then click "Image Size", then reset the image size. Next click "File" on the top menu, then click "Save", a popup will show, I selected to save as a jpg file, then click "OK" on the popup, next give the photo a new name and save it in the file of your choice.

This photo was resized in less than a minute.
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