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Posted: Apr 25 2007, 05:02 PM
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With todays modern digital cameras and scanners it's easy to take a picture that is huge. While that is great for editing and printing at home, the pictures take a lot of room on the servers. So to help conserve space please resize your pictures before posting them.

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Send me a PM with the type of software you are using. I will find out how to do it for you.

I use a simple program for my picture viewing/resizing it is called VuePro. If you are using it to resize a picture
1. Click File.
2. Click Resize.
3. Type the size you want. (640x480 pixels is a good size)
4. Save the file with a new name.

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Posted: Apr 25 2007, 05:57 PM
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another thing you can do is if you are taking pictures to post on here just resize them on your camera before taking the picture. If you set it to 640x480 that is a good size for on here. That is the size for an email setting. just edit your camera settings before taking the picture and it will also give you more room on your camera for more pictures.

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