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Thread: Preparing (Resizing) Photos For Successful Upload and Viewing

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    Here is a link I use frequently for resizing and also making a side by side comparison photo by using the "layer" option. http://fotoflexer.com/ Hope this helps. If any questions about how to do it, just let me know. Would be happy to help if I can.

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    thanks!! Another way (at least for me and my computer) is to right click on the picture once it is saved to your computer. Click on Edit. Click on resize. Click on the dementions box. Then click on the correct dementions.
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    That still doesn't tell me how to post pictures on this forum. Is it just me, for I am not understanding this. I know how to resize pictures, I just don't know how toshow them.

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    I have been unable to figure out how to post pictures. Could it be because I do not have MS. I'm using Linux OS and Picasa for my photos.
    Can you help me?

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    Thank you for those instructions, you make it sound so easy. I will have a go one day but my computer skills are slow.

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    Thank you! I'm saving this.

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    For everyone who uses Windows XP, here is a link to the Microsoft free powertoy image resizer. Install the download and it is simply a matter of right clicking on any image and selecting resizer small from the drop down menu, a new resized image is created, simple. I use it all the time for all uploads on the net Here's a link, click on Image resizer download

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    Thank you Izy.... I'm going to try and post a picture now.... Hope this works... I'll let you all know.

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    It will be fine Janet, I look forward to seeing your pics soon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by babindg12200 View Post
    That still doesn't tell me how to post pictures on this forum. Is it just me, for I am not understanding this. I know how to resize pictures, I just don't know how to show them.
    Hi,
    when you reply to a topic and want to upload a picture, click on the Go Advanced blue button. Once in that prompt, about 3/4 way down the page is a button that says Manage Attachments. Click on that. Then browse to pull the photo from your documents, click on upload, and wait for it to upload. then close the window, and Submit your reply.

    If you want to start a topic and post a picture, everything is the same except you won't need to start out by clicking on the Go Advanced button.
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