Resizing Photos for Email using Paint

Today's digital cameras take beautiful pictures that can be blown up to poster size and still look great. But that kind of quality means big computer files, which take a long time to send and receive (especially over a dial-up connection). Some image files are so big that email services won't even allow them through! The solution is to resize your pictures to be more manageable. Resizing a picture's dimensions is the fastest way to reduce the file size without losing quality. Your pictures will still look great, but they won't take nearly as long to travel through the Net. And don't worry, this all may sound technical, but it's as easy as point-and-shoot.

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  1. How to resize your photos in Paint in order to email them.

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Michael Riegner,
Feb 17, 2010, 4:10 PM
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Michael Riegner,
Feb 17, 2010, 4:08 PM
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