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    I've just realised I misread the forum rules - it's not jpg's I can't post until I've done 25 posts but URL's!! Doh!
    Now my problem is that all the photo's of my stuff are huge (kb wise). Can anyone tell me how to get them small enough to post?

    Thanks.

    H.
    Helen

    www.HRMCrafts.com

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    Do you use something like photobucket or flicker? you can load pics then reduce the size for free and add them straight onto here.
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    • #3
      I reduce mine using Microsoft Picture Manager. It's just one click to reduce to website size and you might already have it on your computer if you have Office.
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      • #4
        I reduce mine in paint. Click on image, stretch/skew, then reduce by a percentage. 25% works for me.
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        • #5
          I use paint too its idiot proof. lol.
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          • #6
            I use picnik, which I have found to be easy enough for a muppet like me to use.
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            • #7
              Thanks to everyone for the advice. With so many suggestions I'm sure I will find one that works for me. Watch this space.

              Thanks again.

              H
              Helen

              www.HRMCrafts.com

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