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Discussion in 'Test Forum' started by jimmyjack, Mar 4, 2007.

  1. jimmyjack

    jimmyjack Senior Member

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  2. jimmyjack

    jimmyjack Senior Member

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    how do i resize pictures i can figure it out:Banghead. i'd like to get the pictures to the size 9420pullpan always post:confused: can some one help me:idontgetit
     
  3. digger242j

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    I can't say it'll be the same on your computer, but on mine, in the folder where I have pictures, the bar at the top says:

    FILE EDIT VIEW FAVORITES TOOLS HELP

    If I hilight a picture, (or pictures), and click on "file", I get a menu that drops down and has "resize pictiures" on it. I click on that, and get a box that gives me the choice of several different sizes, including 640 X 480. If you choose that, it'll create a second copy of the highlited picture, in the size you chose. 640 X 480 is the size you want for posting here.

    I resized the one you posted, but since it was getting bigger, it came out a little blurry.
     

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  4. Grader4me

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    I downloaded the image resizer from an earlier post. My set up is a little different. After I open a picture in "my picture folder" I right click on the picture, then click on image resize.
     
  5. jimmyjack

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    how do i change the filesize ,now it says the filesize is to large:pointhead
    i got all the pictures to 640x479 but then it say the filesize is to large. the limit is 100kb the pictures are just under 900kb:eek: :beatsme :bash :bash
     
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  7. jimmyjack

    jimmyjack Senior Member

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    yeah it worked
    thanks squizzy:notworthy
     

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    100_1221.JPG 100_1222.JPG 100_1223.JPG Test of uploading a picture in the new forum:

    Had a project to do yesterday, broken boom on loader frame of Cat backhoe. Put it up on the lift and did the repairs.
     
  9. kshansen

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    Seems "operator" decided to try sitting in the bucket at break-time and over loaded the boom arms!