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E-mailing photo picture way too big. I must resize but no help in help menu under Editing Images- It's not there.

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After you insert the picture, right click on the picture and it should give you an option something like resize to fit or like that. If this fixes your problem please rate as fixed. If not, don't rate and add a comment that you need more help and I'll be glad to help you further.

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