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July 18, 2005 11:36:49 PM

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Sending photo by e-mail can be a problem if you do not want to picture to be
greater than the size of the content section of the mail. Xp has a great way
of dealing with this easily. If you right click on the file and choose email
recipient, it asks you if you want to resize the pic before creating a new
post.

My problem is that this resizing only takes place with my .bmp files whereas
my friends can do it with their .jpg files as well. What can I do to make it
work with my .jpg (in fact all graphic) files?

Colin

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Anonymous
July 18, 2005 11:36:50 PM

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Send the photo in a "zip" file. This is a safe way of sending any type of
large files.


"Colin" <duell@mweb.co.za> wrote in message
news:er-dndedzvEldUbfRVn-3A@is.co.za...
> Sending photo by e-mail can be a problem if you do not want to picture to
> be greater than the size of the content section of the mail. Xp has a
> great way of dealing with this easily. If you right click on the file and
> choose email recipient, it asks you if you want to resize the pic before
> creating a new post.
>
> My problem is that this resizing only takes place with my .bmp files
> whereas my friends can do it with their .jpg files as well. What can I do
> to make it work with my .jpg (in fact all graphic) files?
>
> Colin
>
Anonymous
July 18, 2005 11:36:50 PM

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Clear the Temporary Internet Files. In IE>Tools>Internet Options>
Delete Files button. And check the box to Delete Offline content.

Bruce Hagen
MS MVP - (IE/OE)
~IB-CA~


"Colin" <duell@mweb.co.za> wrote in message
news:er-dndedzvEldUbfRVn-3A@is.co.za...
> Sending photo by e-mail can be a problem if you do not want to picture to
> be greater than the size of the content section of the mail. Xp has a
> great way of dealing with this easily. If you right click on the file and
> choose email recipient, it asks you if you want to resize the pic before
> creating a new post.
>
> My problem is that this resizing only takes place with my .bmp files
> whereas my friends can do it with their .jpg files as well. What can I do
> to make it work with my .jpg (in fact all graphic) files?
>
> Colin
>
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Anonymous
July 18, 2005 11:36:50 PM

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Down Picasa from Google. It's free and will resize photos for email among
other things.

"Colin" <duell@mweb.co.za> wrote in message
news:er-dndedzvEldUbfRVn-3A@is.co.za...
> Sending photo by e-mail can be a problem if you do not want to picture to
> be greater than the size of the content section of the mail. Xp has a
> great way of dealing with this easily. If you right click on the file and
> choose email recipient, it asks you if you want to resize the pic before
> creating a new post.
>
> My problem is that this resizing only takes place with my .bmp files
> whereas my friends can do it with their .jpg files as well. What can I do
> to make it work with my .jpg (in fact all graphic) files?
>
> Colin
>
Anonymous
July 19, 2005 2:54:59 PM

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Colin,

Type this in Start, Run dialog:

regsvr32 shimgvw.dll

--
Ramesh, Windows XP MVP
http://windowsxp.mvps.org


"Colin" <duell@mweb.co.za> wrote in message
news:er-dndedzvEldUbfRVn-3A@is.co.za...
> Sending photo by e-mail can be a problem if you do not want to picture to
> be greater than the size of the content section of the mail. Xp has a
> great way of dealing with this easily. If you right click on the file and
> choose email recipient, it asks you if you want to resize the pic before
> creating a new post.
>
> My problem is that this resizing only takes place with my .bmp files
> whereas my friends can do it with their .jpg files as well. What can I do
> to make it work with my .jpg (in fact all graphic) files?
>
> Colin
>
Anonymous
July 19, 2005 6:45:20 PM

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NB: Picasa may require a Full MAPI mail client to be the default. If so, it
cannot be used with Outlook Express, which is only Simple MAPI. MS Outlook
is a Full MAPI mail client.
--
~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
MS MVP-Windows (IE/OE) & Security

Dennis Marks wrote:
> Down Picasa from Google. It's free and will resize photos for email among
> other things.
>
> "Colin" <duell@mweb.co.za> wrote in message
> news:er-dndedzvEldUbfRVn-3A@is.co.za...
>> Sending photo by e-mail can be a problem if you do not want to picture to
>> be greater than the size of the content section of the mail. Xp has a
>> great way of dealing with this easily. If you right click on the file and
>> choose email recipient, it asks you if you want to resize the pic before
>> creating a new post.
>>
>> My problem is that this resizing only takes place with my .bmp files
>> whereas my friends can do it with their .jpg files as well. What can I do
>> to make it work with my .jpg (in fact all graphic) files?
>>
>> Colin
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