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    hi all its about time posted pix of my car and the 314mm brake upgrade ive tried but says my pix are to big to upload please bear in mind i really dont use the pc a lot so may seem silly but how do i down size my pix to upload them for you guys to see the beast lol

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    If your running XP you can download a image re sizer free from Microsoft power toys. Then all you have to do is right click on the pic and your away. HTH
    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/d...powertoys.mspx

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    if you have xp. you should have microsoft photo editor. open this then click on image , then resize,

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    Quote Originally Posted by VEC-MAN View Post
    if you have xp. you should have microsoft photo editor. open this then click on image , then resize,
    Not on mine mate, only paint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbob78 View Post
    hi all its about time posted pix of my car and the 314mm brake upgrade ive tried but says my pix are to big to upload please bear in mind i really dont use the pc a lot so may seem silly but how do i down size my pix to upload them for you guys to see the beast lol
    Would this help, post #3?
    http://forum.vectra-c.com/showthread.php?t=39709

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    you can resize an image in paint, is what i used for me avatar yesterday, open the image in paint then click on image, then resize then save after

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    Best one I've found is in Nero, open the pic with the prog and then select edit, you will see it has a resize option, if you want to use a custom size uncheck the constrain box.

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    better still upload to www.photobucket.com makes life easier

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    cheers guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbob78 View Post
    hi all its about time posted pix of my car and the 314mm brake upgrade ive tried but says my pix are to big to upload please bear in mind i really dont use the pc a lot so may seem silly but how do i down size my pix to upload them for you guys to see the beast lol
    Now you've sorted it,where are the pic's mate??

    I'm sure you must know by now,its the law.......

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