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1MB I am trying to upload my photos to my website, however they have to be less than 1mb, how can i achieve this?

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Greetings Georgejnr,

While there are a variety of programs out there that can be used to resize photos, I prefer to use Paint which came free with my windows on my computer. The procedure I use is the following:

Paint>Image>Stretch/Skew

Then I change the percentage in the horizontal and vertical boxes in the stretch section. Make sure they are the same. It is defaulted at 100% for both, I normally try 75% for each first and you will visably see your image get smaller. When it is at the level that I want, I save it. I chose "save as" and give it a new name, which allows me to retain my original image as well as the resized image. I hope this helps!

Thank you,

Dorothy
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Posted on May 07, 2008

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