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Old 02-08-11, 06:24 PM
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how to down size photos pierce racer

i know this is the wrong site cv but its where id like to post some pics. im not much with the computer. is there a trick to posting pics it says mine are to big thanks and yea i do have a pierce racer id like to show you
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the square where it says insert image wont down load pic x! i guess that means my pic is to big
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https://www.irfanview.com/

Use this freeware tool to reduce your picture to 800 or 1000 pixels in width, and save as a .jpg. You can adjust compression to make sure it comes in under the maximum file size.

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https://www.irfanview.com/

Use this freeware tool to reduce your picture to 800 or 1000 pixels in width, and save as a .jpg. You can adjust compression to make sure it comes in under the maximum file size.

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jpg files have to be less than 100 kilobytes. To resize your files, go to https://www.resize2mail.com/. It's free. Typically, jpg files that are 800 x 600 pixels will be less than 100 kB. If that's still too big, try 640 x 480.
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Random photo. My daughter came over to help me with pictures. If this works, I will be a picture, posting monster!
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^ That worked fine. Cool bikes!

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Image resizer is also a very easy to use tool I have used for years. When you right click on your photo(s) you just select resize picture and then select small, medium, or large and it makes a copy of the photo(s) in the new size in the same folder labeled with the size. https://imageresizer.codeplex.com/
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^ That worked fine. Cool bikes!

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Well, yeah...

Seriously though, looks like an amazing collection, you don't even need the sign.

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