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Is there a way to sample down my photos to a smaller size when I am emailing them?

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1. Open the photo using Preview
2. Tools 3. Here, you can downsample the photo by reducing its dimensions or its resolution.

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It depends what program sent the picture, some email programs will actually make the picture smaller before it is sent, to reduce the size of the whole email, so it can be received by someone's "restricted size" email service.
IF you even try to make that picture larger, it will make it "pixelated" and you may not be able to use it, like that.
I suggest you email the person back and ask for a better/larger picture.
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AOL Mail is an email service provided to the customers of American Online as well as Web users.

When you print an email using AOL Mail software, you may notice that the font size either appears too small or too large.


AOL Mail gives you the flexibility to adjust the font size and thus, the size of the print.

Note that these instructions apply to AOL 9.0 or higher.


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Launch your AOL Mail software from the Start menu or desktop shortcut.


Log in using your AOL screen name and password.


Click "Settings" on the top bar.


Click "Font and Text."


Click the font type drop-down menu to choose either a larger or smaller font type than the current one.


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You can use just about any photo editing program to reduce the resolution of the photos. For example, in Windows Photo Gallery select "E-mail" from the menu.
If you know you're not going to do anything but email the photos, you can reduce the resolution in the camera so as to create smaller photos in the first place using the Still Image Size command in the Shooting menu. However, if you happen to take a great photo you won't be able to make a good print of it because it's too small.

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Sir When sending a picture as an attachment in an e-mail,using Outlook Exoress 6,how can the picture be prevented from going also in the body of the text and thereby prevent the slowing down of both send...


The speed at which the email with a photo attached or inserted in the body of the email is sent is directly related to the size of the photo. It does not matter if you send as an attachment or insert into the body. Want it to send faster then send a smaller size photo. Most photo programs allow you to make the photo smaller in size for emailing.

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I'm suspecting your internet service provider can't handle the large files (maybe the connection is too slow, or your email account has a file size limitation). Try to create a SMALL video file with your camera...literally no more than 1 or 2 seconds, so that it will have SMALL size. If possible, use a smaller/lower resolution video setting to help keep the file size down. Then upload the small file to your email. Check the file size to see the size as compared to the other videos, and your regular photos. If you are able to send it, and the size is similar to your photos, then it means that the other videos are just too big. (how big are those original video files you were having touble with?).

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You can use PhotoShop (or some other photo software) to re-size your photos for the internet. If you are sending a photo that is 700kb (for example), then it can be printed out on large scale. You can downsize it to about 45kb before you send it, by selecting "small size" and "low quality". Or, if you don't want to resize it, whoever is printing it on the other end can resize it for the printer, using their photo printer software.

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