When I email a picture, it is too large to download for some
When I email pictures, the receipient has an enormous picture to download. This large size is taking up memory for them and for me. I would like to change the size of the pictures to a smaller size (460x600?). I have been told that this can be done on my camera, but I cannot figure out how to do it.
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Re: When I email a picture, it is too large to download...
Set the camera for a lower resolution (megapixels). go into yr menu and change for considerable low resolution, make some tries to find which one suite to u better usually 2 or 3 millions megapixels should be fine.
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You have to resize the picture to some smaller resolution.
you can download free softwares like PICASA for it, or you can do it online here
You can change it to 800x600 resolution.
Try to download
Auto BCC/CC for Outlook 1.6
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while scanning try reducing the DPI of the scans. this will make the image smaller in size but it will effect the picture quality very little. but do keep in mind that the dpi must be atleast 70 for better picturization
Most people store their pictures in the My picture folder which is located in My Documents. You must also consider the size of the file before you send it. A large picture can take along time to download and the person you are sending it to may not happy about that. For example pictures taken from a 7 mega pixel digital camera can be huge and must be resized. Sometimes your email program will ask you if you would like to make your picture smaller to send. How to place a picture with your email In the email
Open a New Message box
Choose insert from the top menu, then choose Picture.
The box below appears. Press on Browse to find the picture you want to insert.
Add some Alternate Text. This shows up when the user places their mouse over the picture. Then Press OK.
The screen shot below shows that I have inserted a picture into my email. If someone sent you an email with a picture in it and you want to save it to your computer, right click your mouse on the picture. A menu will appear. Then choose save picture as....
As an attachment
Open a New Message box
Choose insert from the top menu, then choose File Attachment.
Now you can find the picture you want, click on it and the filename box will be filled in for you.Then Press Attach. See Screenshot below.
Now all you have to do it write your message and send.
1) The email could have contained a virus which has stopped your computer from running correctly.
2) Your computer cannot download the pictures because the files are too large. Outlook may appear to jam but you may need to give it time for the pictures to download.
3) Your antivirus software may be stopping the email fro being downloaded.
Do you know who sent the photos?
Are they from a trusted source?
If the files are very large you will need to wait for Outlook Express to download them. Depending on your connection speed and server this may take some time, so be patient.
Do you have access to your email via a web address? Some people use this when they are away from home and want to receive their email. If you can access your email via a web address, I would suggest that you delete this particular email.
try to right click the picture and click delete. Once you have deleted all the pictures, If the pictures are from your email sent to you... SAVE it in JPEG format to minimized file size. then try attached all pictures to your email and send