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I need to reduce the resolutions of my pics as website will no longer accept them. how do i do this? thanks

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Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Try to use this picture resizing tool http://www.softorbits.com/batch_picture_resize/ It works well!

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You can reduce the resolution of your screen by following:
Right click on the Desktop > Click properties > Select Settings tab, and you will get the option to change the desired Screen resolution.

If you want to change the resolution of your pictures for enabling them to be loaded on to a website, You will have to use a photo editing software like Photoshop, Photopaint, ACDsee, ect. or you can reduce the size of your pic by using Windows paint application.

Feel free to get back for any further assistance.

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Use a picture editor like MS office picture manager then find buutons like 'edit picture', 'resize' or 'compress' if dont have it google, download n install 'irfanview' free software..

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