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Thread: A Tutorial Re-sizing Photos/Images to be posted

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    Senior Member Ccorazone's Avatar
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    A Tutorial Re-sizing Photos/Images to be posted

    Many people seem to have a problem getting their photos re-sized so they can be posted to this board. I have created a TUTORIAL to show how it can be done using Microsoft Paint.
    I have created a series of "Screen Shots" and have arrows point to the part you need to click on. I hope this helps some.
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    Thanks for the tut. now if I ever get brave enough to show my work I will follow your directions

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    Quote Originally Posted by sassey View Post
    thanks for the tut. Now if i ever get brave enough to show my work i will follow your directions
    you go girl

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    Also, when you are posting a picture you can use the tree icon, located just right of the smiley faces and just grab a corner and re-size your photo....
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    Thank you.
    So many people have trouble with posting pics.
    I think that this tute was badly needed.
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    these instructions - which have been available in plain sight, at the top of the QB Help Center, for nearly a year - provide users a choice between a variety of methods.

    Preparing (Resizing) Photos For Successful Upload and Viewing

    i recommend reading both threads so you can choose the method(s) that work(s) best for you.
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    Yeah for you! My paint isn't exactly like yours but the direction to drag it off the desktop and move it over to paint is the tip I needed to get my pictures small enough!! Yeah, I posted my first picture since the QB changed format back when.....
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