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Desolas

Free Jolly Jenkins.
Joined
Sep 1, 2003
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165
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Lynnwood, WA
If you've got Windows XP just right click on the picture, and select Edit from the pop-up menu. It will load it in Paint and you can do some simple tasks with it, like crop and alter the size. Remember to resave it as a jpeg and not the default bmp format.

If you've got Windows ME or earlier Paint is still an option, but it may need to be installed from your Windows CD. It should be under Start > Programs > Accessories.

I've never used any of the free graphics tools out there, but if you search MSN or Google I bet you'll find something. Or if you've got a batch of pictures someone might be willing to resize them for you if you're really out of options.
 

Crows Ridge

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Joined
Mar 20, 2004
Messages
103
Location
Eugene, Or
Niki! You are Queen! I also downloaded that program. Oh yeah!

I have asked until I'm blue in the face, how to resize. I have been sent all kinds of programs but none worked. It works now!


THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Chris
 

mojoreef

Reef Keeper
Joined
Jul 5, 2003
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Location
Sumner
Nice picture, tank is looking like its off to a good start. Hmmmmm are those trojans tucked in thier, rofl :)


Mike
 

mojoreef

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Sumner
Ahhh yes I do love the aquascaping, the mountainious rugged terrain is one of my favorite themes. Having a trench separating the two hill like structures is definitely working for me LoL. I think that set up is very conducive to propagation. ;)

oh and the tank looks great to hehehe


Mike
 

NaH2O

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Jan 25, 2004
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I don't understand what you guys are talking about....all I saw was a reminder to wear gloves when your hands are in the tank....you don't want to get an infection from something off of the live rock. You know bristle worms can hurt.
 

mojoreef

Reef Keeper
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Your dead on Nikki protection is a must when working with bolderious substraights. I tell ya your in thier working away all blissful and stuff then the BANG out of no where something comes up and bits ya. I was having a hard time understanding the Pickle name but its all so clear now, ;)

Mike
 

mojoreef

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Jul 5, 2003
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Sumner
Ah yes Dave ...thier be a young buck in the woods to night, perhaps we should give him a bit of a rutt????



Mike
 
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