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I want to short my picture size, example: from 202KB to less that 50KB. please help me out.

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Open the Picture in Paint , right click when the Picture is opened, then select strech/skew option, then in Horizontal type : 50 and in Vertical type : 50, then Go to File and Select "Save as." option and the select JPEG in file type, and click save, that must reduce its size.

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The easiest way is to reduce it's size by using Paint. Here is what to do:

- Open the picture you want to be in smaller size on Paint
- Look for the Image tab on paint and choose Resize and Skew. If you can't find it just press Ctrl+W.
- Be sure the box "Maintain aspect ratio" is checked. Then adjust the size you want for your picture and then click "save as" and choose a different name, so if you think it is too small or if ever you need your original file, it will still be there.

Hope this helped you! =)

Posted on May 18, 2011

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