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Downloading pictures to computer and then sending as an attachment

The picture I send is HUGE. I need to know how to download so the picture is not so large when sending.

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Hi , if you corel or adobe you may reduce by smaller or you may print picture again to reduce sizes.

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HELLO, I HAVE RECENTLY TAKEN AND DOWNLOADED PICS FROM MY DIGITAL CAMERA.. , I CAN GET INTO MY PICS , HOWEVER I DO NOT KNOW HOW TO E MAIL THEM I AM NEW TO THIS!!!!.. PLEASE HELP!! THANK YOU PS I DOWN LOADED...


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If you are using something like Outlook, or any other email client, all you have to do is create a new email, and then click + drag the picture file over to the email and it should attach it for you that way.

If you want to send multiple pictures, you could of course send multiple files in the attachment area, or you could "Zip" up all of the pictures into one file using Winzip or WinRAR.

www.winzip.com
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It's poor etiquette to send HUGE pics as attachments. Your friends will appreciate a nice size photo that fits the monitor.

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