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Forum topic by bhack posted 1873 days ago 593 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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bhack

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1873 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: question photo display

I am trying to insert a photo and it comes out like this. I need it to be smaller.

What do I need to do?

Thanks in advance. Kinda computer dumb.

Bill

-- Bill - If I knew GRANDKIDS were so much fun I would have had them first.


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DavidBethune

600 posts in 1896 days


#1 posted 1873 days ago

How much smaller do you want it?

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DavidBethune

600 posts in 1896 days


#2 posted 1873 days ago

Give me your email address and the size you want it to be in a private message and I’ll do it for you.

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spaids

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#3 posted 1873 days ago

If you upload your photos to flicker, then when you go to get the link to the photo so you can post it it gives you options for sizes that it has available automatically. Its terribly convenient.

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Rob

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#4 posted 1873 days ago

Looks like you got the problem fixed. The photo looks about wallet size on my computer. If it happens to be for a post on this site then I hope you would enlarge it so we can see more detail.

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bhack

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#5 posted 1873 days ago

Ok, my bad. when I was attempting to add the photo to a blog only the left half of the photo showed up in preview mode. So I will try it again. Thank you for all responses.

-- Bill - If I knew GRANDKIDS were so much fun I would have had them first.

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Vincent Nocito

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#6 posted 1865 days ago

If you use Wndows, you can easily resize your photos. Right click on the image and “open with” choose “PAINT” The image will be displayed in Paint. Choose “Image” from the toolbar. You can then select “resize”. I typicall y reduce the image by 50% both vertically and horizontally. You can then choose “File” and “Save as”. Pick a new name for the image. I typically add”R” to the original name to indicate that it has been resized.

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