[quote="dollarbill300"]Kellory, thanks for fixing the size of the picture. For future reference, how did you do that?
Just grab your laptop screen in both hands, and SQUEEEZE!
Just KIDDING! Stop that! hey! Stop that! a little help here please?
alright, I give! I give!
save your photo in your pics, then rt click and open it with paint. top left, you will see resize, click on it. it will open showing horizontal and vertical at 100. that is the size of your pic as it is now. delete that number, and insert the percentage number you want of your original pic size.. your new pic is %25 of the original. (or just 25) the pic will resize to the new size when you hit OK.
Now, go top left of paint and find the PAINT button,( it is used to open, save or print.) click it and the window will open, scroll down to SAVE AS,then choose which format to save your pic.( I used JPEG, as it works well here. ) it will go to your pics page, then scroll down to the bottom to FILE NAME. rename the pic in some way, and it will keep both copies, if you do not rename it, it will offer to replace the existing pic with the new one of the same name. (so if the pic was named "first buck" I might add the letter B and the new pic would be "first buck B, and the original pic would be untouched. You would then have both sizes.
Keep in mind, that a pic shrunk looks fine, but the same small pic resized large again, looses crispness. it will LOOK blown up. Any questions? feel free to ask.
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