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    Default open feeding

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    Try again Ron.

    Bobo put up a thread with a link to MS where you can get one of the XP Power toys for image scaling. It should be simple enough to get your pic sizes down to 640x480.

    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?t=226964

    Correct the size and relink them in your posts I just edited.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bizzybee View Post
    Try again Ron.

    Bobo put up a thread with a link to MS where you can get one of the XP Power toys for image scaling. It should be simple enough to get your pic sizes down to 640x480.

    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?t=226964

    Correct the size and relink them in your posts I just edited.

    Try this one:




    The link is to an XP specific program, won't install under Vista.
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    Excellent dude!!!!!! You got it that time!!
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    Default If you use photobucket

    There is resize option that you can use to reduce any photo that you have on their site. It automatically replaces the resized image. If you want to retain the original format you need to "Save A Copy" and resize the copy. If you do this, just be sure you post the correct copy.

    I might suggest creating a folder for resized images. Myself, I am keeping the originals locally and resizing eveything on photobucket.

    Just learning myself, but will try to help if I can.

    Forum rules require that images be 640 X 480 max.

    bizzybee: thanks for helping me figure this out.
    Last edited by rw3212; 03-16-2009 at 09:17 PM. Reason: additional thoughts
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