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Some of my photos are in JPE files which are not recognized on Facebook. How can I change these files to JPEG?

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  • pamaon Oct 21, 2008

    I have a Mac with OS 10


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Hi there
open microsoft paint
open your pic then save as (rename it ) and select jpeg from the drop down menu

hope this helps


Posted on Oct 21, 2008

  • pop camplin
    pop camplin Oct 22, 2008

    hi again

    if you use 'front row' it should work the same way.



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