Help on resizing pictures

Originally Posted By: ltrower
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I had a computer crash and lost Microsoft program for resizing pictures. I have not been able to find it on MS. I know someone posted it last week but I can’t find it. Would you please re-post it again.


Thanks

Lee Trower


Originally Posted By: jpeck
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http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/pro/downloads/powertoys.asp


Scroll down on the right side to ImageResizer.exe , that is the one you want.


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Originally Posted By: ltrower
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Jerry,


I thank you very much, that is just what I needed. I had to reformat my computer and lost everything I was working on. This was a very important little program for me.

Lee


Originally Posted By: kmcmahon
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Someone fill me in on where the program goes after downloading it? I’ve installed and reinstalled about 5 times and can’t locate where it went to. It says “loading into default location”. Where the heck is that? I ran a search on my computer for “MS image resizing tool” and all I get is the file for installation. I just want to get a shortcut key on my desktop for it.


Thanks.

Kevin


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Originally Posted By: tallen
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Kevin,


The resize option will automatically show up in a drop down menu when you right click on a picture.


Hope this helps.


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Originally Posted By: jpeck
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Or just go to file manager, highlight one or more files (photo files), right click, go down to resize and select your options. I take my photos in the default setting of 2048xwhatever, transfer to my notebook, highlight all the photo files, re-size them down to 640x480, with just one click, they all re-size, don’t even have to open them.


You may also have a bug prohibiting it from loading properly.

My old notebook, before it fully crashed, had a minor crash, I reloaded things and that would never load. Then my hard drive went, I replaced the hard drive, restored with the restore disks, reloaded everything, and then the re-sizer loaded properly.


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Originally Posted By: kmcmahon
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Thanks for the help…it was there all along…I had no idea that’s where it went…I have the MS power tool calcualtor and it has it’s own shortcut to work. I just assumed that it worked in the same way. icon_redface.gif



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