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    Question On posting a photo how to reduce size

    Trying to post a photo, but I can only get down into the 400 kb range, can someone explain how to reduce this alittle more to make it to the 195 max size. Thanks you, Regards Steve

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    Re: On posting a photo how to reduce size

    Hi Steve,

    Can you have a moment, I'm on my way home. I will PM you within an hour (probably sooner).

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    Re: On posting a photo how to reduce size

    Hi $teve,

    If you don't mind going thru a photo hosting site, you could try www.photobucket.com . I had the same problem and there was a thread about posting pictures and I tried them. The nice feature about them is that when you upload the pictures to their site, it automatically resizes the pictures for you. Then all you have to do copy the URL, paste it in your post and there it is. Sjors may have some other advise for you, just thought I'd let you know about them Hopes this helps you out .

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    Re: On posting a photo how to reduce size

    Quote Originally Posted by $teve
    Trying to post a photo, but I can only get down into the 400 kb range, can someone explain how to reduce this alittle more to make it to the 195 max size. Thanks you, Regards Steve
    One thing you can do is try a simple graphics editor (like http://www.irfanview.com) and use the "resample" feature. I will usually just crop and then estimate a resample to, say, 40% of original size.

    daniel

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