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scrappin 2
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Help please! I want to be able to change the size of my photos. I've tried using "paint" in Microsoft, but I don't like working with %. What do you use? Thanks


 
Sonsie
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In response to scrappin 2

Adobe Photoshop Elements. It might take a little reading and practice but you will be amazed at what you can to with your digital photos. They probably still have an online tutorial too.


 
scrappin 2
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In response to Sonsie

Thank you.


 
Tishd
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  • Tishd on 10-19-12 11:49 AM
In response to scrappin 2

Cathe, i use adobe photoshop elements too! You would have to have the program though. Can you scan, and print? If so, i often change the size of a photo when printing.


 
CrimsonMama
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In response to scrappin 2

Did your windows/office come with Windows Live Photo Gallery? That is a very simple program.


 
DittoBabyGirl
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In response to CrimsonMama

For quick resizing I use Microsofts image resized. It's a utility that is so quick and easy to use. Here's the link: http://imageresizer.codeplex.com/downloads/get/347439


 
OlesyaK.
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In response to CrimsonMama

  • CrimsonMama Said:
Did your windows/office come with Windows Live Photo Gallery? That is a very simple program.


even if it didn't, you can download and install it for free from Windows website


 
Crafting Marfa
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In response to OlesyaK.

The simplest and easiest to use program for resizing photos that I have ever uses (and will only give up the day that I die...lol) is PixResizer
http://pixresizer.en.softonic.com/

Its so simple! And its FREE!


 
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