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Photos are too large for web -- how do I downsize them?

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Hello

Found this online resize. Click HERE to navigate.

If you would like to try something else, you can try THIS.

Let me know if you need any further assistance.

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1) Change the format to iether .jpg or .gif or reduce their size using photo editing software, you should have got some with your camera. If not, got to Filehippo.com, there's plenty of freeware there, Nero has a good photo editor.

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