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    klondike300 klondike300's Avatar
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    Resizing photo in Vista basic?

    Anyone have windows vista basic? The emergent laptop buy is pretty basic but functional. However, I also bought a Casio Exilim Z19 at the same time. The old digital cam was too bulky. I can take a gazillion pics but they all come out in MB size. Any idea how to resize them with basic software?

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    How about MS Paint?

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    klondike300 klondike300's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomson View Post
    How about MS Paint?
    It's worth a shot. I'll try it out later.

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    MS-paint one photo at a time would take horribly long with a gazillion photos. Check out ThumbsPlus. You can set up a resize operation on an entire folder of images. Takes the same amount of human labour as doing a single photo and the computer goes through the rest of images automatically for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannoXYZ View Post
    MS-paint one photo at a time would take horribly long with a gazillion photos. Check out ThumbsPlus. You can set up a resize operation on an entire folder of images. Takes the same amount of human labour as doing a single photo and the computer goes through the rest of images automatically for you.
    How about a free program that will do it?

    http://www.fotosizer.com/
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    http://www.vso-software.fr/products/...ge_resizer.php

    Too bad the xp power toys don't work. That has a good image resizer

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmclaughlin807 View Post
    How about a free program that will do it?

    http://www.fotosizer.com/
    That one seems to do the trick for my dumb a$%. I mean limited abilities.

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