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Thread: Posting Photos

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    Smile Posting Photos

    I posted this on the "Pictures" section of this board. I thought may be some one here may want these too!
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    Thank you! You did a great job!
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    I get upload failure 90 percent of the time...I gave up...I don't want to have to play with the size of my pictures so I just post on my blog now.

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    Thank you so much!

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    Very nice instructions with great visual aids. Well done!

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    I tried that about 10 times today and it didnt work for me!!

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    Thats great but think most people need to know how to down size their photos.
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    thank you.

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    To resize a photo:
    -Check your camera settings. There are choices in the quality or what you want to do with the picture prior to taking a photo. When you change this setting it helps with the resizing.

    If you don't want to change your camera settings:
    -Put the photo on your desktop
    -Dbl click it to open it
    -SAVE AS
    -At the bottom of my SAVE AS window I can grab a slider bar which allows me to save the picture in a smaller size
    -Save the photo in that smaller size

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    Thanks so much.

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