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Thread: How do I post pictures

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    Senior Member DMotyl's Avatar
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    How do I post pictures

    I know I have been out of the loop for a few months and I believe I had trouble before but didn't have the time to figure out the problem. I think my jpegs are too large to use on this website. How do I reduce their size? I know that is a techy question but I will not be able to show you pics until I resolve the issue.

    I have made an oversized Double Irish Chain Quilt for my son's best friend.

    I am also making a "picnic" quilt for my son and his soon to be bride. I am planning a tote to hold the quilt. It has 12 black pugs included in it as their family is their black pug, Wilson. Thisquilt is not using a pattern. It is my first time designing my own quilt so it is a rather simple design, but I think they will like it. My mother has made their wedding quilt so that's why I chose to make a red, black and white picnic quilt.

    I will post pictures if anyone can help me out....
    If you sleep under a quilt, you sleep under a blanket of love. :-)

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    Super Member nabobw's Avatar
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    If you have Microsoft office then it is not hard to do. Right click on a picture and go down to open with. Pick microsoft office picture manager. When it opens the picture click on picture then resign, on the right side a menu comes up then click on predefined width and height and pick from the drop down list web large. Save and it will post.

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    Moderator QuiltnNan's Avatar
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    there are many threads here in the QB Help Center on successful picture posting. here is one written by PatriceJ that explains one method of resizing pictures http://www.quiltingboard.com/qb-help...g-t166655.html
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