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Resizing pics

Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by gauravakaasid, Apr 29, 2006.

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  1. gauravakaasid

    gauravakaasid Back to l33ching :)

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    is there ne site whr i can resize pics of ne dimension? basically i want to resize pics for makin avatars, from wallpapers n oders.
     
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    prankie D PrankMaster

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    u can resize images by using paintbrush..
    under the image tab go to strech/skew and enter the percentage u want to resize horz or vert.
    u can also try power tool for windows xp called image resizer.. can be found on microsofts website..
    several free imageresizing tools are also available on net.. just google....

    *****edit*****
    oops site!!!!
    that i dunno....
     
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    maverickrohan SABER RIDER

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    why do u need a site to do it.......there r certain sites which do it.......but they do it to satisfy their own criteria.........u can do it using paint, Microsoft picture manager, photoshop.......

    n remember other than the resolution the JPEG profile u use also helps reducing size.....
     
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    RCuber The Mighty Unkel!!! Staff Member

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    here is a handy tool call image resizer , this is a microsoft powertoy. it integeares with the os very well,

    rightclick the image you want to resize , click "resize picture" , select any of the default size (or chose your custom size) , click ok , done :D , thats as simple as it can get :p. you can select to create a new file or change the oroginal .
    you can download it from this page link

    direct file download link only 521kb.
     
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    Does Attributes (Ctrl+E) in Microsoft Paint (Ships with Windows XP), help you solve your problem?
     
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