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Old February 28th, 2007, 09:16 AM   #1
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don't know if this is the right spot, but how do you make pics smaller on here. i put some up in the for sale section, and they are huge. any help would be appreciated. feel free to pm me if needed. thanks.
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i am always up loaded them into photobucket and photobucket resize's them for you.
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you mean, instead of using image shack, use photo bucket? (i am very stupid on this subject, sorry) is there any way to resize what i already posted, so i don't have to spend another 40 minutes re-loading 13 pics?
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you mean, instead of using image shack, use photo bucket? (i am very stupid on this subject, sorry) is there any way to resize what i already posted, so i don't have to spend another 40 minutes re-loading 13 pics?
No. Edit the post, delete the links, put the new links to the smaller pics in it.

Should take you less than 5 minutes to do it all. Probably took 40 because the PICS ARE FREAKING HUGE.
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or you can save them to your computer in paint, go to image, then stretch skew, and resize them that way as well.
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do you have office on the computer you are using? you can use picture manager to resize the pics

you can use just about any photo viewing program on your pc to resize your pics. if you resize them to a smaller size, they will also upload alot quicker.
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just make a copy on your harddrive (new folder) then highlight all the pictures you want to shrink, right click, send as Email. it will automatically resize the pictures to 640x480, then copy the attachments and paste into the New folder replacing the ones that you copied. now you will have a full size set in the original folder and a small set in the New folder. then just close the email editor and your done. you can rezize a crap load at one time. pretty fast and easy.
if found this less time consuming than resizing each picture and you get to keep the original one.
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if found this less time consuming than resizing each picture and you get to keep the original one.
That's why you use MS Picture Manager, highlight them all, resize them all, rename them all, and also save them to a 2nd location all at the same time. No copying of attachments required.
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i resized them, thanks
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