Click Here to Use Our Quick Image Resizer

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  1. Chuck

    Chuck Well-Known Member Supporter

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    <form name="resize2mail" action="http://www.resize2mail.com/clientserver.cfm?link=3FC89BDD-50BF-5D5E-300DC11470113723" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">
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    <b>HOW TO RESIZE AN IMAGE FROM YOUR COMPUTER</b>
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    <li>Use the file manager to select the image. (gif and jpg only)
    <li>Once you have selected your image and its path is displayed in the box above, hit the "Enter" key on your keyboard. <li>You will then be redirected to your resized picture. Be patient. If it's a large picture it may take some time to upload.
    <li>When the smaller picture appears, right-click on it and hit "save as", save it to your computer.
    <li>Then, begin your post on this forum.
    <li>Once you have composed your post, click on the link below the message box that says, "Manage Attachments".
    <li>From there, browse to the resized picture on your computer and attach it to your message.
    <li>Then complete your post by clicking on the "Submit new thread" button like always.
    <li>Your picture will automatically be added to your post.
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    Updated link for the re-sizing site.
    http://www.resize.it/
    Angie - 5/8/07
     
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