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I would like to learn how to resize the photos on my camera. Is this possible? If so, please tell me how.

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Hi,

some older model cameras (like 1990s-2000's) have that problem where the pictures coming out of the camera are just huge. Depending on how old the camera is the answer is in the owners manual or the help file in the camera software in the computer. You may have to download an additional resizing program(google or download.com), which may be easier to use and copy and paste your pictures into that software, crop and adjust and save them like that. Im not a camera wiz and own a 30.00 cheapcam, but my cousin has one like that and it took me
over an hour to navigate that antiquated software and figure it out. Newer windows version have a rudimentary crop and resize function within my pictures,(view) you can try that too.

good luck

J

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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