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Thread: Why can't I post pictures

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    Why can't I post pictures

    Until about a week ago, I was able to post pictures. Now, I can find the pictures in my computer file, but when I hit the Upload button, nothing happens. The photos probably need to be resized, but I can't find any info on how to do that. Someone, please help.

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    try this -http://www.quiltingboard.com/qb-help-center-f27/preparing-resizing-photos-successful-upload-viewing-t166655.html

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    Yes, you will find it listed in the QB Help section. I don't understand why digital pictures are so large in size??
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    I had trouble with that this morning. Same thing. The photo would not appear in the box before posting. But when I posted, it appeared. I did put it on there by having the photo on my desktop and dragging it to the page. Maybe that was the difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManiacQuilter2 View Post
    Yes, you will find it listed in the QB Help section. I don't understand why digital pictures are so large in size??
    A digital picture is as big (or small ) in file size as the camera is set to take. Change the camera setting to take 800x600 and you don't need to worry about resizing them. You only need to take pictures at higher resolution if you are going to be printing them out.
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