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The size of the images are too big

I want to upload some pictures to a website, but it won't accept pictures greater than 2MB. Unfortunately, all my photos are over this threshhold so my beloved pictures can't be seen by my friends. There is a programme which lets me reduce them but its only for XP, and I'm using Vista. Is there any way I can reduce the size of the photos by changing the settings? Thank you, The JB.

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Re: The size of the images are too big

Use your favourite image editing software in Vista. Or use the software that came on CD with your camera (if it is not the one that runs on XP only). Anyway as alternative solution you can either shoot photos in lower resolutions (1Mpix for example) and then the files won't be so big. But you will have only the small photo and no large one. Or shoot as usual, then switch camera to "play" mode and when viewing images on camera, there is a menu option to resize the images - you can resize them to 1Mpix for example. In the meantime search web for some free image editing software for Vista.

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