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Importing photos what is the maximum size jpeg you can import from your computer

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  • disco28 Jun 23, 2009

    I'm not sure if that is correct. I tried importing my photo as a jpeg at max. 4.5meg but it wouldn't do it. So I turned it down to 1.7meg and it was fine so I am still after a more concise answer thanks for your input though

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