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July 13, 2005 3:06:14 PM

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I am trying to upload an image to a website and I am getting a message to
make the image smaller to 100KB. How do I do this and will it mess up the
file for later use?
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Anonymous
July 13, 2005 4:01:12 PM

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Sometimes all you have to do is open it with MS Paint (using File-Open) -
then save it, preferably with a different file name.

"WANDA" <WANDA@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I am trying to upload an image to a website and I am getting a message to
> make the image smaller to 100KB. How do I do this and will it mess up the
> file for later use?
> --
> WANDA
Anonymous
July 13, 2005 4:20:24 PM

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Wanda,
Two ways you can do this. In either case, you need an image editing
program, such as IrfanView (www.irfanview.com - it's free)

Resize the image, so that it has fewer pixels, and thus will display smaller
on the web page destination

-or-

Save it with a greater compression setting, thus reducing the quality of the
image, but maintaining its physical size.

In either case, save the modification as a new file (File/Save As...) so
that you don't affect your original image. You may have to experiment with
either method to find a setting that just meets the 100KB limit while
maintaining the best image size/quality that you find acceptable

Val
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"WANDA" <WANDA@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:B3345CB6-9819-447C-A8CA-C0441E1C8FB9@microsoft.com...
I am trying to upload an image to a website and I am getting a message to
make the image smaller to 100KB. How do I do this and will it mess up the
file for later use?
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WANDA
Anonymous
July 13, 2005 9:08:12 PM

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Check out the "Image Resizer" available in XP Power toys - when installed it
can be accessed by right clicking image and choosing resize from content
menu.

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