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Make pictures smaller to email

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I want to email photo's from "My Pictures" to family abroad but cannot find the option to make pictures smaller that we had with Windows XP. Hence I have huge files that take an age to send via email.

Please can advice be simple I get completely lost with computer jargon.

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Hi,
I am a Dell Certified System Engnieer(DCSE).

open the picture with PAINT
on the Paint window at the top there is an option which says image click on it
there is an option strech/skew
once you click on it you will get an option to change the resolution accordingly make the size smaller.

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