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Admin: Photo Resizing

  • Subject: Admin: Photo Resizing
  • From: John I Jones <jijones@usjoneses.com>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 06:49:48 -0700

An easy way to resize your photographs is to use the following:

In Windows, go to the My Pictures Folder in Documents and double
click on a jpg, the system will fire up the Microsoft Office Picture
Manager.

There are two ways to reduce your picture size:

Under the Picture Tab select:

Resize

Click on Predefined Width and Height and select Email Large

or

Click on Percentage of original Width and Height and select a
percentage the set the picture size to approximately 280 X 360
pixels or so. (that is approximately 4" X 5" on a monitor)

John



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