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Reduce Photo I just want to reduce a photo and the pixels to a size that I can e-mail.

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In Adobe Photoshop CS4. Click File -> Scripts -> Image Processor. Then you can you select files or folders and adjust the size. Then the file size can be reduced to 20%.

I hope this will resolve your problem.

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You can use Photoshop to reduce Photo size to a minimum size that can be mailed and u can retain the resolution by it. Its afantastic application. Open your image in photoshop and right clik it on the top of the title bar choose image size and change the resoution to 150DPI or lessere but not less than 72 DPI.

R u can go to save as command in the file menu and save it for Web option is better to reduce the size of the image to very smaller one which can be mailed.


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I could go on about your post all day long, but if there is anything else I didn't explain, please post again.

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